UnI.DMV is one of BOI's non-transitional programs that centers around the youth in the community.  UnI.DMV focuses on mentorship, outreach, and empowerment through the use of art and music within our child and adolescent population.  

Through the vision of it's founder, Cynthia Jordan, UnI.DMV meets the youth where they are and teaches them skills they need to expand their horizons, improve themselves as a person, and show you what they can do!

Cynthia Jordan was born and raised in Washington, DC. She graduated from Frank W. Ballou Senior High School and went on to pursue her BS in Business Administration and Marketing at Delaware State University. A believer in serving her community, in 2010 she established UnI.DMV, an organization dedicated to community outreach. Ms. Jordan has been instrumental in developing BOI’s youth services program. Over the last 10 years she has served in the DC, Maryland and Virginia communities in a variety of capacities and is very passionate about the future of our youth and community service. She has received the following awards and held the following committee positions: DC Association of Chartered Public Schools, “Parent of the Year” 2013-2014; William E. Doar, Jr. PCS, PTA President, 2012-2013; Universal Center for Development (UCD), Board Secretary 2010-2011, Ballou S.T.A.Y. High School, President of Alumni Relations, 2010-2011; and the Prudential Leadership Award 1997.

UnI.DMV is committed to providing programs and services that improve the quality of life for youth ages 7-18 years old residing in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Our programs promote positive and supportive environments our youth can thrive in and reach their full
potential as productive citizens.

We believe in promoting educational, recreational and supportive programs that build, strengthen and empower our community.

We believe our youth can learn and grow to be productive, respectful and responsible citizens if given the opportunity to do so.