A brief third-person introduction about myself (because that's what the cool kids are doing)
Jordan's passionate about the intersection of technology and politics-- using digital tools to create real world solutions. As a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Jordan is currently at SKDKnickerbocker, where he assists in public affairs campaigns.
Jordan served as Student Body President in his senior year, where he was responsible for a team of over 150 students and professional staff, and had budget responsibility in excess of $3 million. A highlight of his term was the development of a campaign to build intrinsic motivation in students to end campus sexual assault and relationship violence, and the successful training of 2,000 students in bystander intervention skills. Jordan has worked for multiple startups in Silicon Valley, worked in Congressman Rangel's press shop, and served as a White House Intern in the White House Operations office.
Fully proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, video editing software (Final Cut Pro, Motion, After Effects, Premier Pro),
Windows & Mac environments, and general IT infrastructure. Also I'm a big fan of AP's Stylebook.
Where I've worked and learned
Where I've studied
Majored in Marketing, with a minor in Communication Design from the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts.
Want to connect? Just fill out the form below. I'm always looking for new opportunities and to engage with people passionate about digital work in civic engagement. I look forward to hearing from you!