Welcome our new Outreach Manager, Jordan!

Posted on Oct 31, 2019

Welcome our new Outreach Manager, Jordan Ruch!

Jordan joins Wonders & Worries with over 6 years of experience as a Certified Child Life Specialist, supporting patients and families in the healthcare setting. She graduated from the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor, where she earned a bachelor’s degree, studying Art & Design and Psychology. Most recently, Jordan worked at Dell Children’s Medical Center with the trauma and surgical population. She is excited to join the outreach team at Wonders & Worries, utilizing her passion and experience in child life to raise awareness, and help build the community, of Wonders & Worries. Outside of work, Jordan dances and teaches fitness classes, including Barre and Yoga. She also enjoys spending time outdoors, especially around water!

“We are very pleased to welcome Jordan to Wonders & Worries.  She brings a lot to the team, including an extensive child life background.  I am excited to have someone with her skill set to help champion our organization.”

– Alex Gabbi, Executive Director

Meet the rest of the Wonders & Worries Board of Directors and professional staff who work together to support families on their medical journey.

“I am so excited to join Wonders & Worries! Being a part of this passionate team and playing a role in Wonders & Worries’ continued growth is so gratifying and fulfilling.”’

– Jordan Ruch, Outreach Manager

About Wonders & Worries
Wonders & Worries is a Texas-based non-profit that helps children and teens reach their full potential despite a parent’s serious illness. Since 2001, Wonders & Worries has provided professional support to more than 8,000 children and family members during a parent’s illness. Programs are offered at no cost to families in English and Spanish. Wonders & Worries is the only organization of its kind. For more information, visit wondersandworries.org or follow @WondersnWorries on social media.

Questions? Contact the Marketing Team at marketing@wondersandworries.org

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