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Mrs. Kennerly Jordan

This year, we welcomed Mrs. Kennerly Jordan to our Falcon faculty family as a lower school teaching assistant in first grade at our St. Andrews Road campus. Speaking of her new role, she said, “I just love being able to help the teachers. They are amazing and work so hard, and it’s an honor to work alongside them. I also love getting to know the students and watching them grow as learners.” Learn more about her below.

Tell us about your family. I’ve been married to my wonderful husband, Will, for 15 years and we have 4 awesome kids all at Ben Lippen! Sam is in 5th grade, Grace is in 3rd, Isaac is in Pre-K4 and Alaina is in Pre-K3. We are not originally from South Carolina, but graduate school brought us to USC years ago, and while we lived in Greenville for several years, we have been here in Columbia ever since!

What do you do in your free time? In my free time, I enjoy being outside. I especially love the Blue Ridge mountains, and we try to go as a family as often as we can. We have so much fun hiking, exploring, camping, and just soaking up God’s beautiful creation. Photography is also a passion of mine, and I have run a little business for the past 10 years. It brings me so much joy to capture precious fleeting moments in people’s lives and give them images that they will cherish forever.

What is something most people don’t know about you? Sorry, but you won’t find me cheering for the Gamecocks… I’m an Auburn Tiger! War Eagle!

What do you love most about Ben Lippen? There’s so much to love about Ben Lippen! The sense of community, the school spirit, the high academic standards, and teaching from a biblical worldview. I especially love listening to the students’ sweet prayers each day.

What else would you like readers to know about you? I’m extremely honored and grateful to be a part of the Ben Lippen community. I’m so thankful that God opened the door for all of us to be here this year, and we are all looking forward to seeing His plans unfold!

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