Originally from Green Bay, Wisconsin, Jordan is a second year master's student in the Higher Education program at the University of Denver (DU) and is a currently Community Engagement Fellow.
Jordan graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with degrees in Psychology and Human Development. With interests in social justice, particularly surrounding institutional racism and issues facing queer students in college, Jordan seeks opportunities to collaborate with university staff, faculty, and community partners to address exclusive policies and practices.
At DU, Jordan is a Graduate Assistant in the Office of Student Conduct, primarily working with the Restorative Justice process and Student Accountability Boards, and a Research Assistant with the Spotlight on Success project that examines out-of-school suspension rates for Black males in the Denver Public School District. Jordan is also a Community Engagement Fellow with the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL) that focuses on the West Denver Project. Jordan's master's capstone examines the impact of microaggressions directed at LGBTQ individuals and the ways in which college staff, faculty, and students can adopt inclusive language and policies.
In her spare time, Jordan likes to run, watch football (Go Pack Go!), and play guitar.