He began his career in banking, holding several roles in wealth management, corporate treasury, and finance at JPMorgan Chase & Co. While at JPMC, Jordan was a part of the team that broke into the Mid-Atlantic region for the commercial bank, leading the relationships and developing solutions for key accounts in the newly-formed market. After his time in banking, Jordan moved on to work with the Clinton Foundation in the Clinton Global Initiative’s (CGI) sponsorship group. While at CGI, Jordan led engagement and activation strategy for some of CGI’s major partners, that included major financial services organizations and some of the world’s largest foundations, to develop cross-sectoral partnerships for projects related to urban resilience, economic development and socio-economic equity.
Jordan holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics with a minor in Organizational Leadership from Rutgers University.