JOHNSTON – Jordan Rose of Pella has joined ChildServe, a specialty pediatric healthcare organization, as director of marketing and community relations.
In her role, Rose will be responsible for leading marketing and public relations strategy and will serve as an advocate in the community to advance the mission of the organization and foster relationships to promote strategic growth.
“This is an exciting time for me, both personally and professionally. I have seen first-hand the impact that ChildServe has on children with special healthcare needs and their families,” said Rose, whose younger sister resided in the organization’s long-term care unit in 2004. “It is an honor for me to utilize my communications skillset to serve and raise awareness for this tremendous organization.”
A native of Pella, Rose brings more than a decade of communications experience to the position. Most recently, she spent the last five years as a communications advisor for Wixted & Company, a strategic communications firm. She also worked as a marketing specialist on branding campaigns and strategy at Brand Driven Digital. Rose earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Central College.
“Jordan brings vast experience fueled by a passion for ChildServe’s mission to our team,” said Dr. Teri Wahlig, ChildServe Chief Executive Officer. “She truly believes in the spirit of a child.”
For over 90 years, the organization has partnered with families to provide much-needed healthcare services and support for children and teens from birth to age 21. The organization currently offer more than 30 services, including pediatric rehabilitation, physical, occupational and speech therapy, long-term care, behavioral health, Autism, and more to meet the needs of more than 4,600 children across the state each year.
The organization recently announced the Forward Together Campaign, the organization’s largest fundraising campaign to date, with a goal of $10 million dollars to expand facilities and enhance the complex medical, pediatric rehabilitation, behavioral health and Autism programs.