Jordan graduated in 2015 from Colorado College with a B.A. in Sociology and is currently serving as Communications and Research Coordinator at CCIC following a year-long Public Interest Fellowship. Her studies and experiences have focused specifically on social epidemiology and social determinants of health, the spatial analysis of social issues, outreach, and education. Through her research, she has had the opportunity to present findings and conclusions to various Colorado Springs organizations on the roots of community issues and potential upstream solutions regarding health equity, community needs, and educational opportunity. In her free time, Jordan loves to spend time with friends and family, explore the Colorado outdoors, and find a great new book to read.
Favorite Book/Movie: Wild (book), Motorcycle Diaries, Goodwill Hunting
Personal Hero: My parents—the most kind, caring, and compassionate people I know. I will always be aspiring to their way of life.
Favorite CO Activity: Hiking!
Hometown Fun Fact: Many professional and aspiring kayakers live in my neighborhood at home because of its proximity to the Potomac River and the great whitewater training courses there!
Why Vaccinate: Every child deserves equal opportunity in the world. When not vaccinated, a child and all those around him/her are at risk of being on the receiving end of life-altering diseases