Meet Our Students: Jordan Moore

Jordan Moore is 16 years old and attends St. Petersburg Collegiate High. During her spare time, she likes to relax by listening to artists like Solange and Tyler the Creator or reading her favorite books. Jordan is planning to extend her education after high school by attending Columbia University and majoring in art history. She would like to work as an art curator to then pursue a job in the fashion field. Jordan has an older sister, and a mother she looks up to for being the first African American woman to become a judge in her circuit. If she could have lunch with anyone anywhere, Jordan would want to be with Solange in NYC, eating pasta, and having a blast together. Jordan has a great personality and apart from being friendly, she has a kind heart. The power of giving to her means that kindness and love should be spread to others. It can be spread by the smallest gesture, and it could still mean the world.

Jordan’s introduction written by fellow Student Service Program member, Stephanie Hernandez-Guerrero. You can see the entire Class of 2025 here.

Share:

More Posts:

Meet Our Students: Evan Hall

Evan Hall is a sixteen-year-old student at Boca Ciega High School who previously played the saxophone throughout his middle school years but now enjoys playing

2024 Youth Service Leadership Summit Recap

The Ryan Nece Foundation, Community Tampa Bay, and Frameworks of Tampa Bay recently came together to co-host the 4th Annual Youth Service Leadership Summit, which

Meet Our Students: Tina Nguyen

Tina Nguyen is a junior at East Lake High School. She enjoys music from artists like Yoshiko Sai and Lamp and aspires to travel the

Meet Our Students: Victoria Cordero

Victoria Cordero is a seventeen-year-old junior, attending Pinellas Park High School. She has spent most of her life dancing in many different genres such as

Support Ryan Nece Foundation Today!

We rely on the generosity of people like you in order to fulfill our mission to create opportunities for teens to embrace the Power of Giving.