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Jourdan Foran Leads Advocacy Efforts to End School Violence in Texas Panhandle

Jourdan Foran Leads Advocacy Efforts to End School Violence in Texas Panhandle

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, April 1, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jourdan Foran, a professional with a rich background in human resource administration, legal services, and higher education, has stepped forward in the fight against school violence. Foran has embarked on a mission to create safer learning environments for students across the Texas Panhandle.

Throughout her career, Foran has demonstrated exceptional leadership in various capacities. From an Executive Director at The Cottage of Bartlesville to her role as an HR Administrator at Sprouse Shrader Smith PLLC, she has consistently exhibited a dedication to serving others and effecting positive change. Her expertise in human resources, leadership development, and community engagement uniquely positions her to tackle the complex issue of school violence head-on.

Drawing upon her higher education and community development background, Foran has been actively involved in several committees and organizations that promote education and social welfare. As a committee member for the Amarillo Independent School District and Amarillo Angels! She has played a pivotal role in shaping policies and programs that benefit students and families alike.

“I believe every child deserves to learn and grow in a safe and nurturing environment,” says Foran. “By working with educators, parents, and community leaders, we can create a future where school violence is a thing of the past.”

Foran’s advocacy against school violence is also driven by her awareness that when children feel safe from violence, they are likely to be in a better position mentally, and that’s a plus for learning. This, Foran says, is backed by a UNICEF report revealing that when a child is exposed to violence, it affects their brain development and their ability to learn.

Foran is also motivated by different reports showing that people who grow up with violence are likely to become violent themselves. Jourdan Foran, who has seen the impact of violence, especially in the low-income neighborhoods of major Texas cities, wishes to break this cycle. She knows that by taking steps to ensure that children grow up with more love and less violence, they can grow into responsible adults who are not predisposed to violence and all the many ills that come with it.

In her advocacy work, Foran has emphasized the importance of prevention, intervention, and community engagement. Through initiatives such as anti-bullying campaigns, mental health awareness programs, and conflict resolution training, she aims to address the root causes of violence in schools and empower students to become agents of change in their communities.

Foran’s dedication to ending school violence extends beyond her professional endeavors. As a board member for various community organizations, she has consistently advocated for policies and programs promoting safety and well-being.
As the Texas Panhandle continues to grapple with the challenges of school violence, Jourdan Foran stands as a steadfast advocate for change. Through her leadership, expertise, and unwavering commitment to the well-being of students, she is paving the way for a brighter and safer future for generations to come.

Jon Smith
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