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Jeff Jordy

Head of Finance

I bring an eclectic range of experiences, knowledge, and life teachings to my work. My most important role is being the father to three daughters, all now in their 20’s. As a finance executive and more recently as a licensed social worker, I have worked in a wide variety of professional settings: a community-based youth development organization in rural northern New Mexico; elite private schools in New York City and Phoenix; a manufacturing plant in rust belt Ohio; an HIV clinic in Pittsburgh; the world headquarters of an alternative religion in Boston; and in-home counseling and social work support to Holocaust survivors in Denver. I have lived in many different parts of the US, in terms of geography, social norms, racial integration and diversity, economics and education, and values. I hold a Master of Social Work degree from University of Denver, and an MBA degree from the College of William & Mary. I have a daily yoga practice which, along with time out in nature and listening to music, keeps me grounded and inspired. As a life-long learner, I am continuously working on myself, as well as expanding my knowledge of the human condition and how to assist fellow human travelers and trauma survivors through listening, story, and connection.
I am inspired to work alongside Tanya because I believe that taking ownership of our story and its meaning is one of the keys to self-actualization, as we each define it. The Somatic Writing approach helps us look deeply at our own story, find new threads, honor our wounds, and gain the courage and voice to tell our story in our way. As we liberate our voice, we take back our power and agency. Telling our story can transmute our story, help others while helping ourselves. As more of us do this, we will change the collective story of who we are and who we are going to be, together.
I am inspired to work alongside Tanya because I believe that taking ownership of our story and its meaning is one of the keys to self-actualization, as we each define it. The Somatic Writing approach helps us look deeply at our own story, find new threads, honor our wounds, and gain the courage and voice to tell our story in our way. As we liberate our voice, we take back our power and agency. Telling our story can transmute our story, help others while helping ourselves. As more of us do this, we will change the collective story of who we are and who we are going to be, together.