Thursday, July 13, 2023
Photo of Kali Mork with green background and white text that says "Welcome Kali Mork, Director of the Fargo Parks Sports Complex"



The Fargo Park District is thrilled to announce Kali Mork as the first Director of the Fargo Parks Sports Complex. With an exceptional track record and extensive experience in the sports and tourism industry, Mork brings a wealth of expertise to lead the new facility into its first year of operation. Mork’s position as Director will commence on July 24, 2023. 

As Director, Mork will be responsible for the strategic vision and overall management and operation of the Fargo Parks Sports Complex, the first phase of which is slated to be completed in early summer of 2024. 

“It has been a high priority to ensure that an exceptional leader was brought on staff to guide the Sports Complex and the Park District into this new and exciting chapter,” says Fargo Park District Deputy Director of Operations Dave Bietz. “We are confident Kali’s experience and passion for the community will do just that.”  

Mork holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Mass Communication from North Dakota State University and boasts extensive experience in sports and recreation leadership. Most recently, Mork served as Director of Sports at the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau, a longtime partner of the Fargo Park District. Throughout her career, she has successfully managed major sports programs, organized large-scale events and successfully fostered relationships with the recreation and sports community across the region.  

"I am honored to join the Fargo Park District as Director of the Fargo Parks Sports Complex,” says Mork. “I look forward to working closely with staff, partners and the entire community to create exceptional sports and recreation experiences for all ages.”  

A multi-purpose community recreation facility, the Fargo Parks Sports Complex will be over 380,000 square foot facility in south Fargo that includes turf, hardwood courts, ice sheets, pickleball courts, an indoor playground, walking track, community gathering spaces and more. The facility is expected to attract over 1,000,000 visitors annually and hold 60 plus community events and sports tournaments a year. Phase I of the Sports Complex is anticipated to be completed in the spring of 2024. For more information visit or call 701-499-6060.