Valmarie Turner

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    Valmarie Turner

    Valmarie H. Turner was appointed Loudoun County, Virginia's assistant county administrator in November 2017. She is an International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Credentialed Manager and serves as a regional vice president for the southeast region on the ICMA executive board. She is also a seasoned manager of affordable housing and community development projects, human services and financial assistance programs, veterans’ services, juvenile diversion programs and mandated services. She brings a wealth of knowledge to Loudoun County through several local governments in Georgia and Florida. Ms. Turner currently oversees the departments of Planning and Zoning, Building and Development, Economic Development and the Office of Housing. Ms. Turner also serves as the lead for the County’s Equity Workgroup.

    Previously, Ms. Turner oversaw the departments of Family Services, Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services, Community Corrections and the Office of Housing. She also served as the liaison for the Juvenile Court Services Unit and the Health Department – both state agencies.

    Ms. Turner is a graduate of Florida A&M University with a bachelor of science degree in business economics and has a master of public administration degree from Walden University. Ms. Turner is  a graduate of the Senior Executive Institute with the University of Virginia and a member of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR) Fellows Network with Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy. She is a licensed real estate salesperson in the states of Florida and Georgia, a certified housing counselor, a certified HOME program specialist in regulations and administration and a certified housing development finance professional. She was an online faculty member with the University of Phoenix.

    She resides in the area and very active in the community as she participates on a number of boards and community events.

    Valmarie H. Turner was appointed Loudoun County, Virginia's assistant county administrator in November 2017.
    2022-03-24
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    2022-03-24

Assistant County Administrator, Community Development, Loudoun County, Va.

Valmarie H. Turner was appointed Loudoun County, Virginia's assistant county administrator in November 2017. She is an International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Credentialed Manager and serves as a regional vice president for the southeast region on the ICMA executive board. She is also a seasoned manager of affordable housing and community development projects, human services and financial assistance programs, veterans’ services, juvenile diversion programs and mandated services. She brings a wealth of knowledge to Loudoun County through several local governments in Georgia and Florida. Ms. Turner currently oversees the departments of Planning and Zoning, Building and Development, Economic Development and the Office of Housing. Ms. Turner also serves as the lead for the County’s Equity Workgroup.

Previously, Ms. Turner oversaw the departments of Family Services, Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services, Community Corrections and the Office of Housing. She also served as the liaison for the Juvenile Court Services Unit and the Health Department – both state agencies.

Ms. Turner is a graduate of Florida A&M University with a bachelor of science degree in business economics and has a master of public administration degree from Walden University. Ms. Turner is  a graduate of the Senior Executive Institute with the University of Virginia and a member of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR) Fellows Network with Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy. She is a licensed real estate salesperson in the states of Florida and Georgia, a certified housing counselor, a certified HOME program specialist in regulations and administration and a certified housing development finance professional. She was an online faculty member with the University of Phoenix.

She resides in the area and very active in the community as she participates on a number of boards and community events.