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Jordan is a native Washingtonian and a graduate of the University of the District of Columbia. Offering a well-rounded skill set, and an inquisitive attitude, Jordan seeks a challenging position to contribute her growing knowledge in project coordination. It is her aim to work within a company that will utilize and cultivate her resourceful creativity, proficiency in problem solving, and organizational prowess.

Relevant Skills

MAC/PC, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, SPSS, Salesforce, Trello, ZenDesk, Slack, Adobe Indesign, Google Drive, Joomla, Canva, Hootsuite, MissionAssist 2011, Micros, Focus POS, BreadCrumb POS.



B.A. Political Science & Urban Studies

University of the District of Columbia

Cumulative GPA: 3.5 Major GPA: 3.75 

Dean's List: 2011-2014

Work History

Dec. 2016Aug. 2016

Digital Project Coordinator

Receipt Bank, Washington, D.C.

• Evaluated current webinar strategies and identified weakness.

• Established project timelines for the submission of key action items and content deliverables.

• Developed strict processes and policies for before, during and after each webinar.

• Conducted, gathered and analyzed market research to identify performance trends.

• Collaborated with marketing and graphic design firms to ensure consistency of the brand within video content.

• Provided recommendations for improvements.

• Planned, managed, coordinated and executed all webinars programs.

Aug. 2015Present

Project Assistant

Freelance and Contracts, Washington, D.C.

Adrienne Gaither

15th Annual Hip Hop Theater Festival

Dawne Langford

• Utilized personal contacts to build engaging and diverse content for programming.

• Conducted project based web research and investigations to develop community based cultural programming, products and grant proposals.

• Created, scheduled and managed engaging social media content via blog post, tweets, and weekly write ups.

• Contributed ideas during strategic and conceptual brainstorming sessions.

• Managed calendar of events, meeting schedules, and out-of-state travel logistics.

• Designed print-based promotional literature.

• Developed and utilized task management tools to prioritize and complete duties by deadline.

Jan. 2015Sep. 2015

Cultural Production Fellow

Art in Praxis, Washington, D.C.

• Supported the coordination of Art in Praxis (AiP) programming, specifically The Match networking event, Social Innovation Festival Artists in Residence program, and the capacity building service Brown Bag Lunch Lab.

• Managed relationships with artist and culture creators for events via contracts, and preferred vendors agreements.

• Assisted with AiP strategic planning session.

• Drafted and managed social media presence through engaging content, including weekly blog post and hashtag campaigns.

• Provided administrative support (email correspondence, filing, schedule meeting, appointments and coordinate travel). 

Jun. 2012Mar. 2013

Policy & Outreach Fellow

Roosevelt Institute, New York, NY

• Recruited and served as liaison to four (4) newly formed college chapters of Roosevelt Institute’s Campus Network.

• Coordinated and facilitated operation and policy trainings for newly formed Mid-Atlantic college chapters to create and mobilize policy concerns.

• Assisted in creating training resources, such as powerpoint slides, fact sheets, and handouts.

• Developed 3 policy proposals that were entered into the Big Ideas Policy Mic contest.

• Participated in panel discussions at the Hyde Park Leadership Summit.

• Researched and contributed to the “Government By and For Millennial America” nationally released white paper.

Jun. 2012Aug. 2012

Community Outreach Intern

Brooklyn Movement Center, Brooklyn, NY

• Supervised, facilitated, and mentored 3 high school interns to develop their own community outreach programming.

• Implemented and participated in the strategic planning for the Central Brooklyn Food Co-op start up project.

• Planned and executed staff development meetings, community meetings, and community information sessions.

• Researched, designed, and produced outreach literature material for the“ No More Junk in Schools” campaign sponsored by Moms Rising grassroots organization.

• Created, disseminated, and analyzed research surveys of school administrators, teachers, parents and students in the Bedford Stuyvesant community to raise awareness and funding for District 16 schools.

• Developed and contributed to writing the“ Raising the Stakes: Investing in a Community School Model to Lift Achievement in Community School District 16” report.

Professional References

                                                             Jessica Solomon                                                    (443) 676-5355    

                                                             Arda Mohammed                                                   (202) 290-9646

                                                             Adrienne Gaither                                                    (513) 295-4914