President, 4 Knowledge is Power
Promotions Committee Co-Chair
Director since April 2017; Term ends April 2019
Rhonda Williams-Turner is a native Floridian and happily married to Jason Turner Sr. She has 5 children of her own 4 boys and a daughter but has been a role model and mentor to a host of other youth in the community of Palm Beach County. Mrs. Williams-Turner’s commitment to the community started in 1995 where she began working for MAD DADS of Delray Beach, a nonprofit agency. Working at MAD DADS allowed Mrs. Williams-Turner to really understand the importance of the phrase— “It takes a VILLAGE”. She faithfully worked to implement numerous youth programs within the community such as Delray Divas Step Team, Delray Blazers Basketball, and summer teen programs. Mrs. Williams-Turner did not stop there as a City of Delray employee at Pompey Park she began to create other programs and events for the community including Family Fun Day, Delray Beach Trailblazers honoring Community Leaders of Delray and many more activities. Mrs. Williams-Turner began building a legacy that has grown over many years in leadership and commitment to the youth and adults within the community.
Currently Mrs. Williams-Turner is the founder of 4 Knowledge is Power and holds a Master’s of Science degree in Mental Health and Marriage & Family. As the founder of 4 Knowledge Is Power she seeks to positively influence and encourage today’s youth …understanding that the early years are the most critical years of their lives. 4 Knowledge Is Power encourages a positive education not only through books but through history.
4 Knowledge Is Power has not only created activities for youth but feel the need to empower adults to be successful. The organization has created many empowerment panel sessions to encourage.
Mrs. Williams-Turner is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority of South Palm Beach Chapter.
Mrs. Williams-Turner received the 2017 UN-SUNG HEROES Award from Boca Above and Beyond Award from Ladies of Futurity (2016), Legends Award from the South Palm Beach County Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta (2009), Chosen as an honoree for MAD DADS of Boynton Beach the Tanya Hearst-Williams Award (2007) and the “Children for Champion Award” (June 2004) for outstanding work with the youth in Delray Beach.
Mrs. Williams-Turner attends St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Boynton Beach. In her spare time, she enjoys being with her family and traveling, her goal is to enjoy life and continue to let God direct her path she gives all the glory to him. Mrs. Williams Turner’s motto is Dream Bigger, Reach Higher and Achieve More.