04 Dec, 2018


Jackson Page

Sexual Risk Avoidance Educator

Introducing (drum roll, please)…Jackson Page! Jackson brings fresh, awesome energy to the team. His enthusiasm for real, honest relationships exemplifies what Pure Freedom is all about. Jackson grew up in Springfield, Illinois and graduated from Truman State University with his Bachelor of Arts in Communication in 2017.

Why did you decide to work for Pure Freedom?

I am excited to teach a curriculum that empowers individuals to make healthy decisions regarding sex. I decided to work for Pure Freedom because I support the SRA model of sex education.

What do you like about your job?

Three major highlights…

The SRA model: In Pure Freedom, sex education exists within a larger context of relationship education. As relationship education is woven into the curriculum, students are reminded of their own value and the value of others, and they gain practical information to make crucial decisions.

I am valued: I feel incredibly valued by my boss. Not only for what I add to the workplace, but I feel valued as an individual with all of my unique cares and concerns as a human being. I feel valued by my co-workers who ask me deep questions about my work, family, and emotions.

Teamwork: 1. Our team is dynamic with different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. We challenge each other’s thoughts. It’s an environment that encourages critical thinking. I dig it. Our team is great!

Tell us about your family!

I recently got married! My wife Meg is an amazing artist and is so caring towards people. I am looking forward to the next 70 years with her. 

I also have two younger siblings, and they are my favorite people on this planet. My brother is Berkeley and my sister is Reagan. 

What are your hobbies?

I spend most of my free time listening to music, playing sports, or talking with friends. The best is a combination of all three! I also like being outdoors and learning about nature and animals. A perfect day would include lots of music, a basketball game, a few friends, a horse, a mountain, and one long meaningful conversation.

What are your goals?

Long term: My goal is to one day have a great family of my own, and to work out in the mountains every day.

Weekly: To understand myself and the world around me more, and to love others better every week. I want to be creating healthy habits in my relationship, habits that show love to my wife.