Thanks to an anonymous donor, Jordyn Scorpio is creating a prevention program for young couples in committed relationships, with the goal of providing them a strong foundation for a lifelong healthy relationship. Through conversations around values, communication, making time for fun, and respecting independence, couples will learn more about each other as individuals and a team.
Jordyn recently moved to Chicago from New York, where she worked at a non-profit agency supporting families affected by terrorism and war. Before that she was at the One Love Foundation, an organization focused on creating innovative educational tools for young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships.
“SHALVA is clearly such an important part of the Jewish community here in Chicago. I am honored and excited to be adding my background in prevention education to our ongoing efforts through the creation of this new program. I can’t wait to dive into my work and share it with everyone!” says Jordyn.