Jordan became an associate of EDRC in February 2022. She is assisting EDRC with the development of a new communications strategy focused on climate diplomacy and on transatlantic responses to 21st century environmental challenges.
Jordan is an up-and-coming young professional in climate change and security. As a researcher, analyst and communications specialist, Jordan is driven to propel climate security as a key issue on the global climate governance agenda. She is particularly interested in climate diplomacy, climate security, energy security, human security, resilience and adaptation, risk reduction and how climate change can amplify pre-existing threats.
Jordan has extensive experience working in synthesizing information, research, project management, climate diplomacy and negotiations, global outreach and communications.
Jordan represented EDRC at COP26 as part of the IES delegation to promote and engage others with the concept of climate security.
Jordan currently works at the German Marshall Fund of the United States as a member of the Leadership Programs while helping to establish the new climate change cluster. Jordan’s next step will be joining NATO in the Emerging Security Challenges Division, Hybrid Threats, Climate and Energy Security.
Jordan recently graduated from the Brussels School of Governance with an MA in Diplomacy and Global Governance, while previously obtaining her BA in Political Science and Media, Information and Technoculture from the University of Western Ontario in Canada.