Sadiqa Reynolds is the President and CEO of Louisville Urban League. Sadiqa serves on the boards of the St. Louis Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, Greater Louisville Inc., and two news stations.
She served as Chief for Community Building in the office of Mayor Fischer and previously served as District Judge, was the first Black woman to clerk for the Kentucky Supreme Court and was the first African American woman to serve as the Inspector General in Kentucky.
Sadiqa previously ran her own legal practice that included criminal litigation, employment law, death penalty litigation and representing abused children. She’s also been recognized for providing pro bono hours for domestic violence victims.
Sadiqa has been recognized as a Business First Enterprising Woman to Watch, a Woman of Influence, received a Tower Award, a Torch of Wisdom and been named a Daughter of Greatness. She’s received the Fannie Lou Hamer award, and been named one of 100 Women to Watch in the U.S. by Biz Women. Sadiqa has been featured on public radio and in numerous print media outlets including NY Times and USA Today. She has two beautiful daughters and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.