Jordan Welborn, public services librarian for the Campbell County Public Library, was recently selected as one of Lynchburg Business Magazine’s “Top ’20 Under 40’ Millennials on the Move.” The award recognizes the achievements of young professionals within the Greater Lynchburg Area.
Jordan has worked for the county for six years, first, as the Technology Librarian. In her position as a Public Services Librarian, she works primarily at the main branch in Rustburg.
She is from North Carolina and received a bachelor’s degree in creative writing and a master’s in library science from Appalachian State University.
Jordan is an active volunteer. She joined the board of the James River Council for the Arts and Humanities in July. She has been volunteering for three years with the Master Gardeners for three years and for seven years with the Natural Bridge Appalachian Trail Club, where she is a hike leader and chair of the PR Committee. She also regularly ushers for Opera on the James and the Academy Center for the Arts.
Jordan’s interests include travel, sewing, gardening, live music, modern literature, hiking canoeing, and dogs.
To read more about Jordan’s recognition, see the website of Lynchburg Business Magazine.