Jordan Frye believes there is nothing more important than helping others and is grateful to work for Atrium Health where she can help deliver the mission to serve all. As the project and program coordinator for Healthy Together Cleveland, Jordan collaborates with community partners to help positively impact lives in the community.
Jordan is a graduate of Leadership Lincoln County and Leadership Cleveland County. She is the Chair for United Way of Lincoln County board of directors. She has served as a Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce board member, chair of mental health education for Lincoln County Partnership for Health, on the School Health Advisory Council for Lincoln County Schools, and participated in the Lincoln County Substance Use Coalition education and training committee. Jordan is a certified Mental Health First Aid instructor for youth and adults and recently joined the 500 Club having taught over 700 people Mental Health First Aid in North Carolina. She is also a past recipient of the United Way’s Cristina Arlow Award for service to the Community and was recently awarded the Elliott Beal Award for professional volunteerism in Lincoln County.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, John, and two children Taylor and Colby. She enjoys watching her children participate in sports, reading and walking their miniature schnauzer, Blizzard. Jordan attends First Baptist Church, Maiden where she serves on the outreach, hospitality, and social committees.