Jordan is a strategic and thoughtful nonprofit leader who has over a decade of experience working in social services and nonprofits. Starting as a caseworker at TRAC Services for Families, he moved through various supervisory roles, before moving onto Jeremiah’s Place, where he most recently served as their Director of Operations and Development. Jordan has a heart for working with children and families in the community, ensuring that they have what they need to succeed and find some level of independence in their lives.
Jordan and his wife served as foster parents for many years, fostering many children between birth and 18 years of age. They have four children. Jordan is a native of the South Hills and currently resides in Brookline where he coaches peewee soccer. Jordan is a member of Pittsburgh Mennonite Church. When he isn’t working, Jordan loves to listen to music, play board games, and consume anything Star Wars related.