Jordan is Managing Director with Juniper Advisory, a specialized investment banking firm that provides mergers, acquisitions and other partnership advice to not-for-profit hospitals. Prior to joining Juniper in 2011, Jordan worked for Navigant Consulting, Ernst & Young and Arthur Andersen. He is a graduate of the Kellogg School of Management and Bowdoin College, where he earned Honors in economics for his work on tax exemptions for not-for-profit organizations. A native of Chicago, Jordan travels regularly to Latin America and has lived in Ecuador and Chile. Jordan is on the Board of the Admiral at the Lake, Chicago’s oldest senior living facility founded in 1858. He serves on the Selection Committees for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ Emerging Leaders Program and Gus Hart Fellowship. He also serves as the Regional Selections Chair for the British American Project, where he has been a fellow since 2008. Jordan lives in West Town with his partner, Sarah Donovan, an attorney for the Cook County Public Guardian’s Office.