Sue Jordan has served on the Belton ISD Board of Trustees for Area 3 since 2013, serving as Secretary from May 2016 to May 2018, Vice President from May 2018 to September 2018, then appointed President at the September 2018 Board meeting.
Sue is a 1983 Belton Graduate. She is a Clinical Applications Specialist at Baylor Scott and White hospital in Temple. Prior to her current position, she worked for Bell County Public Health District. She retired from the health district in September 2012 after 28 years of service.
Sue is a lifetime resident of Belton. She has five children; four of whom are Belton Graduates. The youngest child is scheduled to graduate in 2020 from Belton.
Sue is involved with the community of Belton via the following avenues:
PTA – Miller Heights - Past Member & 2011-2012 President
Magnolia First Baptist Church - Member
Parents helping Parents - President
City of Belton 2013 Capital Improvement Planning - Committee Member
Sue obtained an Associate’s Degree (General Studies) from Temple College in 2006; a Bachelor’s Degree (Major: Computer Information Systems / Minor: Business Administration) from Tarleton State University in 2009; and a Health Information Technology certification (State of Texas) in 2012.
“I believe that one should always be in the process of learning something new. Learning new things puts you in the driver’s seat for planning your future. Because the Belton Independent School District is on the cutting edge with technology and education, I believe that students in our area have the best seat available. My background in computers and my passion for learning makes it a natural fit for me to fulfill the role as a trustee and to assist BISD to continue on its cutting-edge path.”