Hailing from just up the road in Denver, Jordan spent time in Colorado Springs regularly to visit her cousins, and has always loved the area. When she returned from serving with YWAM (Youth With A Mission) in Lausanne, Switzerland, and Cairo, Egypt, she decided to make the move and call the Springs home.
Her desire to work with people, and specifically children who have faced difficult situations, led Jordan to earn a BA in Psychology from Colorado Christian University. She loves the adventure of traveling around the world, experiencing different cultures, meeting new people, and spreading the name of Jesus Christ everywhere she goes.
In response to her passion for children, Jordan has worked in several capacities with young ones who have faced abuse and disabilities of all kinds. From Climbing Instructor to Camp Counselor, she has poured into the lives of children, helping them to gain skills and confidence.
She feels privileged and honored to work at Save the Storks and cherishes the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of women, babies and families around the country. As a Partner Care Specialist interacting with donors and supporters of the ministry in various ways, Jordan thrives on building connections and relations with Stork constituents throughout the day.
Some of Jordan’s favorite extracurricular activities include baking, rock climbing, watching movies, and traveling.