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Jordyn Rogers is the Deputy Director at Rural Dynamics, a nonprofit that champions economic opportunities and asset-building strategies.

Current Position

Deputy Director

Rural Dynamics


Great Falls



Specialty Areas
  • Non-Profit
  • Marketing
  • Policy
  • Technology
  • Human Services
  • Human Resources
  • History
  • Health Care
  • Fundraising
  • Communications
  • Community Organizer
  • Design / Marketing
Interested in:
  • Mentoring
  • Finding a Mentor
  • Public Speaking
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Serving on a Board
  • Career Opportunities
  • Public Office
  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Investment Opportunities

Leadership, HR Management, Strategic Thinking

More Information:

Leadership Experience

Jordyn Rogers is the Deputy Director at Rural Dynamics, a nonprofit that champions economic opportunities, asset-building strategies, and integrated financial capability services. She also oversees the development of projects created to build capacity for nonprofit and government partners who leverage poverty reduction resources and strengthen community volunteerism throughout the state of Montana. Jordyn is an active member of the Great Falls Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and United Way of Cascade County Prosperity Matters initiative. She currently serves on the board of directors for the Great Falls YWCA and Family Promise of Great Falls. Jordyn has four years of nonprofit advocacy experience and a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Business Management. She is pursuing her Master’s degree in Public Administration with a certificate in Nonprofit Administration. Jordyn is a history, Pekingese, Los Angeles Dodgers, green tea, and Oxford Comma enthusiast.

How I Want to Participate in PowerHouse

Jordyn is passionate about helping women achieve financial security and pursue economic opportunities, which led her to PowerHouse Montana. She would like to connect with anyone needed resources in the community that support women’s financial stability.