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Monday Morning Coffee With the Newest Addition to SJC

Monday Morning Coffee is a weekly celebration of local businesses, enjoyed with a fresh cup of coffee.

At SJC Marketing, we are always excited to experience and celebrate growth, especially when that growth includes welcoming new team members. Help us welcome our newest account manager, Jordan Shadwick!

Jordan graduated from Missouri Western State University (Go Griffs!), with a degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations. She has used her tremendous people skills throughout her career, as she’s worked in public relations and event coordination in St. Joseph. She also brings experience in social media and email marketing to the table, so she is no stranger to our fun, crazy world we live in.

Despite attending school and working most of her career in St. Joseph, she hails from Nebraska City. As you can imagine, she grew up as a diehard Cornhusker fan. As she puts it, “I am from Nebraska and speak football as a second language. I was born a Cornhusker. I am also a New England Patriots Fan! (I know … I can hear the haters already.)”

Jordan is also no stranger to the stage, as she has performed with Robidoux Resident Theatre in multiple productions, most recently Mamma Mia. She even received a Ruby Award for Best Supporting Actress for the role of Sophie in Mamma Mia. (You can get her autograph, but you’re going to have to get in line behind us.)

In her spare time, she enjoys watching Star Wars and Marvel movies with her husband, Shawn, and her “bonus-daughter,” Evelyn. She has been known to binge-watch many shows, so if you need some recommendations, she is your gal. Jordan also has two pups, or her babies as she affectionately calls them, named Odin and Leia, both of whom she LOVES to spoil.

Despite the fact that she roots for Tom Brady and the Patriots, we are super excited to have Jordan on the team and we can’t wait to see her shine in her role as account manager!

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