Jordan joined JT in 2014. Since then, she has managed a multitude of public affairs campaigns for a diverse array of non-profit, public and corporate clients.
Jordan is the project manager for After School Matters, a non-profit organization that provides Chicago teens innovative out-of-school activities to introduce them to rewarding careers and help them develop marketable job skills. Her work includes supporting a comprehensive media strategy by securing coverage of the organization in Chicago print and broadcast media.
She has helped lead successful policy advocacy campaigns in Chicago and Springfield, covering transportation, minimum wage and more. She also contributes to work on a variety of clients including Brookfield Zoo, Environmental Law & Policy Center, ForwARd Arkansas and Sinai Health System.
Jordan also supports JT’s in-house events team with a variety of projects. Last year, she was the stage manager for the North American Climate Summit where she organized logistics for more than 50 mayors from around the world. Other events experience includes her role as assistant project manager for Social Media Week Chicago, in which she helped create the weeklong agenda, managed speaker outreach and coordination and assisted in audience development.
Jordan graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in non-profit management and political science. She is a member of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ Young Professionals Network.
Most memorable JT moment
Joined Jasculca Terman in 2014ν
Project manager for After School Mattersψ
Helped lead successful policy advocacy campaigns in Chicago and Springfieldξ
Secures media for Brookfield Zoo and ForwARd Arkansasρ
Stage manager for the North American Climate Summitς
Graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madisonπ