Impactful Individual: Jordyn Groover
Jordyn Groover achieved her dream of becoming a professional cheerleader in the NFL as part of the Houston Texans organization.
Rawls College | May 9, 2023
As Texas Tech University celebrates its centennial year in 2023, the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business will highlight impactful individuals from years past. While each person be it as a student, alumni, friend, faculty or staff member may have impacted the college or their industry differently, one thing will always be constant: they are all part of the Rawls College legacy.
Jordyn Groover is a first-generation college student whose extensive talents and leadership skills have allowed her to shine on several different stages. In May of 2020, Groover crossed the stage (virtually due to COVID-19) as a cum laude graduate with not one but two undergraduate degrees in marketing and management. As part of the pom squad while at TTU, Jordyn competed at the highest level and was a four-time national champion.
Although her schedule as a TTU cheerleader and double major was demanding, Jordyn also found time to serve as a member of the Rawls Business Ambassadors, President's Select and as a student assistant for the TTU Dean of Students and Vice Provost.
Shortly after graduation, Groover achieved her dream of becoming a professional cheerleader in the National Football League (NFL) as part of the Houston Texans organization. Groover works full-time as a marketing and promotions manager for an international diamond company and continues to chase new opportunities and goals, including pursuing her MBA at Rawls College.
For more information on the impact of Rawls College, please visit the centennial exhibit at the Texas Tech Museum.