Client Services Coordinator
Jordan has been involved with The Ability Center since the summer of 2009, working as a camp counselor for Camp Cricket. In college, she was a part of The Ability Center’s Mentor Program for two years. Jordan also has two years of experience working at Wood Lane Residential Services; working as a Residential Aide for consumers with developmental disabilities. It was a job that she loved.
After graduating from Bowling Green State University, Jordan learned of the position as Program Assistant for ADAI. She was very excited for the opportunity to not only work with individuals with disabilities, but also with dogs. She has owned and loved dogs her entire life. Jordan has also owned several horses, and has about eight years of experience working with young consumers in a hippotherapy program sponsored by Mercy Children’s Hospital.
Her current role at ADAI includes interviewing our potential clients, different kinds of follow up, certifications, and coordinating pet home adoptions for the dogs that are released from our program. Jordan shares, “It is so rewarding to experience the amazing impact that our dogs have on peoples’ lives, and I am so happy to be a part of it.”