George Washington University’s Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy has named Shelby Ridley as an Emerging Leader in community health. Ridley is director of Primary Health Care Homeless Support Services in Des Moines. “Shelby is a health center leader that is kind, creative, mission driven and collaborative,” said Primary Health Care CEO Kelly Huntsman. “She’s an exceptional communicator and a skilled problem solver. She possesses the qualities we seek in those we look to as our community health leaders of tomorrow.“ Honorees are selected by a committee drawn from the senior health center leadership from around the nation, and will be recognized by the National Association of Community Health Centers during the Geiger Gibson Symposium in Washington, D.C.