Having the opportunity to work events with a number of notable and successful women such as Mellody Hobson, Penny Pritzker, Hillary Clinton and Madeleine Albright.
Jordan joined Jasculca Terman Strategic Communications (JT) in 2014 after completing an eight-month internship at the firm. She has experience conducting strategic research and grassroots outreach, assisting in event planning and management, and providing media relations for clients.
Jordan is the project manager for After School Matters, a nonprofit 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 garnering coverage of the organization in Chicago print and broadcast media.
Most recently, Jordan 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. She helped create the weeklong agenda, managed speaker outreach and coordination and assisted in audience development.
She also contributes to work on a variety of clients including Brookfield Zoo, Colorado State University-Global Campus, Knight Foundation and Sinai Health System. Jordan also co-manages JT’s year-round internship program.
Jordan graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in nonprofit management and political science. She is a member of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ Young Professionals Network.
Posted: May 4, 2016 inThe Blue Grass Community Foundation was the first of 10 community foundations across the U.S. to replicate the On the Table initiative this year with funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and support from the team at JT.