Jordan celebrating the 4th of July in her hometown of Big Piney, Wyoming

Jordan celebrating the 4th of July in her hometown of Big Piney, Wyoming

Jordan offering help with the annual Chuckwagon breakfast at the 2019 Cheyenne Frontier Days with Wyoming’s Governor, Mark Gordon.

Jordan offering help with the annual Chuckwagon breakfast at the 2019 Cheyenne Frontier Days with Wyoming’s Governor, Mark Gordon.

Meet Jordan Hardman, our Miss Wyoming 2019

So many people get stuck in their comfort zone and aren’t informed about different parts of their own communities. I want to show people that there is more out there than just their own worlds even in their own towns and cities. Doing this would build a stronger; better community for everyone.
Jordan admiring the statue of Louisa Swain, the first woman to cast a ballot. Swain who lived in Laramie, WY.

Jordan admiring the statue of Louisa Swain, the first woman to cast a ballot. Swain who lived in Laramie, WY.

Jordan showing memorabilia of the women’s suffrage in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Education

Jordan graduated high school at Big Piney High School in Big Piney, Wyoming. A population of 500 people. She is now attending the University of Wyoming working towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Family and Consumer Sciences in Laramie, Wyoming.

Scholastic Honors

Recipient of the National Honor Society Scholarship; Recipient of the Stella McKinstry Scholarship; Recipient of the student Success Services Scholarship; Participant in the National Society of Leadership; Member, Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority.

Career Ambition

Receive a PA-C, Emphasis in Pediatrics; Pediatric Physicians Assistant

Jordan posing with her uncle and Veteran, James Lindsey

Jordan posing with her uncle and Veteran, James Lindsey

Social Impact Initiative

Bridging History, Vets who lived it, children who need it

“Traditionally, children only learn about history in schools. My social impact gives them an opportunity to learn history from a new perspective. During my event with Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association (CVMA), the kids were very interested in what the veterans had to say. I found that connecting these two groups was more natural than expected. The veterans talked about when and where they served, and told a few stories about their time overseas. The kids loved it, and they were very engaged with the veterans and the stories they were telling.”