Nicole R. Turner-Ridley

Nicole R. Turner-Ridley

Nicole Turner-Ridley is Director of Projects for LCMS National Housing Support Corp./Independent Contractor.

Turner-Ridley holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from University of Saint Francis and completed the Institute of Organizational Effectiveness program at Taylor University.

Her civic involvement includes the METRO YMCA Board, Downtown Rotary Service Club, The Fort Wayne Urban League Board, Knight Foundation Community Advisory Committee, and the Court House Preservation Trust Board. In the past she has served on The Gingerbread House Board, AISEDA Board, SOAR, CDC Board and the Fort Wayne Urban League Gala Committee.

Turner-Ridley has been featured by The Journal Gazette as a future leader in Fort Wayne, by Fort Wayne Magazine as a Future 40 under 40, and by INK Newspaper as one of the 50 most influential African Americans in Northeast Indiana. Turner-Ridley recently moved to Alexandria, VA.

Turner-Ridley is married to Irvin Ridley and has one son. Her interests include watching her son participate in his high school extra curricular activities, shopping and relaxing at home.