Jordan Grooters first came to Cornerstone University in the fall of 2013 as a bright-eyed 18-year-old. Four years and three major changes later, she received her degree in business marketing, a field she fell in love with through her time studying and interning at Cornerstone.
Outside of work, Jordan serves on the board of Casa De Esperanza, a nonprofit organization in Honduras, and she volunteers with the GEMS girls' club at her church. Jordan lives in Byron Center with her husband, Matt and their German Shepherd dog, Ellie.
"I love serving at Cornerstone University because it provides opportunities for me to impact and encourage students. For me, college was a time of extreme personal and professional growth and development, and I want to help provide students with the positive learning experience that I had."
- M.B.A., Cornerstone University (2019)
- B.S., Business Marketing, Cornerstone University (2017)
—Spending time with friends and family
—Social media marketing
—Diversity and inclusion