New Executive Director of Project 4031
Kendall Riddell is the new Executive Director at Project 4031 in Fort Worth, Texas. She has dedicated both her professional and personal efforts to improving her beloved community, of Fort Worth. When she isn’t raising critical funds to support terminally ill children and adults and their families, she spends her time volunteering with the Junior League of Fort Worth, playing competitive adult kickball or walking her sweet pups Tobey and Finley.
Kendall grew up in Huntington Beach, California, but made her way to the great state of Texas to attend TCU-Go Frogs! That is where she met her husband, Adam, and began planting the seeds for a future here in Cowtown. After graduation, Kendall knew that the non-profit world was where she could make a big impact on both her local community and the world at large. She fell in love with the opportunity to walk alongside individuals and families of all shapes and sizes and improve their lives, even in the smallest way.
After several years working for larger, national non-profit organizations Kendall felt called to do something local, in the community she and Adam have chosen to build their lives. The mission of Project 4031 truly touched her heart, and she knew this was the chance of a lifetime she couldn’t pass up!