Jordan is the Strategic Cyber Partnerships & Communications lead for Wells Fargo Information and Cyber Security, based out of Washington, DC.
In this role, he serves as the cybersecurity policy advisor and external engagement lead helping articulate Well Fargo’s positions on various financial sector cybersecurity initiatives. Jordan also provides direct support to the Cybersecurity Client Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, and other executive leadership as they engage with industry, trade associations, and government offices and agencies.
Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Jordan was the engagement manager at the Analysis and Resilience Center for Systemic Risk (ARC) – previously known as FSARC – an organization focused on increasing the resilience of the critical must-run systems that underpin the U.S. financial services sector. In that role he was responsible for ensuring the banks, government-sponsored enterprises, and financial market utilities derived the most value from the collective work.
Jordan also spent more than a decade with the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) working with contractors, educators, the Defense Department and Intelligence Community. As the vice president for marketing and communications, he led a team that oversaw the development of strategic initiatives and programs for cross-sector engagement. Most notably he led the content development of USGIF’s programs and conferences, including the GEOINT Symposium.
Jordan earned his M.B.A. from the George Mason University School of Business and received his bachelor’s from the University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism.