Becky Jordan works in the School of Music as the Manager of both the Library of Ensemble Music and the Music Education Resource room. Becky is responsible for the administration, maintenance and growth of performance music and music education resources, including but not limited to, the distribution and collection of resources to individuals in ensembles, faculty, staff and students.
A native of Ithaca, New York, Becky joined the Ithaca College School of Music in 1994. In 1997, she accepted the position as Coordinator of the Ensemble Collection. In 2011, Becky was promoted to Manager of Ensemble and Music Education Collections, at which time the administration of the Music Education Resource room was added to the position.
In the spring of 2000, the Library of Ensemble Music was featured in Volume 1, Number 1 of the School of Music Ithaca Soundings newsletter, a publication for alumni and friends of the Ithaca College School of Music. Additionally in 2000, Becky was one of the first recipients of the Ithaca College Choice Award for orchestrating the move of the ensemble collection from the fifth floor of the former Ford Hall to the current space on the first floor of James J. Whalen Center for Music. Becky rallied 120 faculty, staff and student volunteers and created a “human chain” to help relocate more than 3,500 orchestra and band sets.
In January 2005, Becky successfully completed Ithaca College’s Leadership Program. Over the years, Becky served on The Ithaca College Staff Council Committee, including various roles on the Executive Committee, the Benefits Committee and the Chair of the Our Kids Committee, most noted for the creation of the Ithaca College Summer Recreation Camp. For the past 22 years, Becky has volunteered as an usher at both the Commencement Eve Concert and the Commencement Day Ceremony.
Becky currently resides in Dryden, New York, with her husband Randy.