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To BE BRAVE means to have courage under fire—knowing you have the strength inside you to persevere through any obstacle big or small. (Sounds like a movie I once saw ...)

Jordan knows how to “talk tech.” As a Web Producer he translates jargon-heavy tech tasks into plain language wording that the client can easily understand. His expertise comes in handy when developing post-launch website user guides—a task which Jordan admittedly enjoys doing more than any other development deliverable. Along with his technical writing skills, Jordan taps into his seven years of experience managing Drupal sites to help CHIEF’s Technology Team test enhancements and features for the agency’s many web projects. Day-to-day, Jordan helps manage CHIEF’s development work, defines requirements on complex projects and liaises with project managers to makes sure everyone is on the same page. Jordan is also a U.S. Army veteran, having served with the Ohio Army National Guard for nine years as both a combat engineer and also as a public relations specialist. We’re proud he’s now bringing the bravery to CHIEF.

Jordan earned a BA in English and History from The Ohio State University.

Hometown

I’m from many places. But home is where the heart is, so I always find home one way or another.

Noteworthy Story or Next Adventure

I’m planning to travel to Peru next year, then hopefully explore Europe in the near-ish soon-ish someday-ish future. A life goal of mine would be to explore as much of the world as possible.

Favorite App/Book/Pub

My favorite books are On the Road by Jack Kerouac, Catch-22 by Joseph Heller and anything by Shel Silverstein.

DC Go-to's

The Tidal Basin area near the FDR memorial, preferably when it is not humid—a rarity in Washington, DC. Other than that, I like tasting new menu options at familiar and unfamiliar restaurants in the DC Metro area.