Born and raised in Las Vegas, Jordan Sacca graduated from Cimarron Memorial High School and went right into the insurance business with her father. The active young professional plays tennis and golf, travels and volunteers and dreams of skiing the Swiss Alps.
“I am enthusiastic about doing life!” said Jordan.
Jordan began her involvement with United Way though the inspiration of her friend, James Arnold.
“I like that it is a national organization and that we can get involved on a small community level as well,” said Jordan. “You just have so many options and ways to help.”
Jordan is passionate about the Young Philanthropists Society (YPS) “Piggy Bank” Project at Walter Bracken Elementary, which helps students learn to save and navigate financial waters.
“Kids have encouraged me the most to get involved and give back to the community,” said Jordan. “I love to see their faces light up when we visit them.”
Jordan joined YPS so she could meet like-minded young business people dedicated to donating their time and money to better the community.
“Since joining, I have met some great people that I now call friends,” said Jordan. “I have been an active YPS member for three years, and I am now chairing our membership and outreach committee.”
Jordan hopes the children and families that United Way helps can eventually partner with the organization to create change.
“Living United is a movement! It’s the people in our communities joining forces and standing up for the issues that matter most,” said Jordan. “There are so many ways you can get involved. Start wherever you feel comfortable and trust me, you won’t regret it!”