Jordan is an advisory panel member to the Queen's Young Leaders Programme, ACT State Emergency Service Volunteer, World Economic Forum Global Shaper, consultant and student.
Born in Mudgee NSW, Jordan attended Hurlstone Agricultural High School in Sydney and currently resides in Canberra, ACT.
In 2011, Jordan was the winner of the QUOTA 35th District International Student of the Year Competition. In 2011, Jordan represented Australia at the Global Young Leaders Conference. During which he spoke at the United Nations about the importance of sustainable global growth and development.
In 2012 Jordan was awarded a silver medal at the Worldskills Australia National Finals in Primary Industries (Agriculture). At the end of 2012 he then founded the Youth Link Australia organisation, aimed at connecting young people with services and opportunities available to them from a locally, nationally and internationally. The organisation operated a web based platform and ran programs including the Australian Youth Excellence Awards.
In 2013, Jordan moved to Canberra for a gap year before embarking on a degree in International Relations at the Australian National University. At the beginning of the year he represented Australia at the Presidential Inaugural Conference which afforded Jordan opportunity to attend the Inauguration of Barack Obama.
In 2013 Jordan joined the ACT State Emergency Service, as a volunteer member. Since then Jordan has been recognised for his work in unit community events, two taskforce deployments to NSW and placed second at two NSW Emergency Service navigation competitions.
At the beginning of 2015 Jordan transformed the Youth Link Australia organisation into the National Youth Council of Australia. The aim of this transformation was to provide a fresh new platform to more actively engage young Australians. Jordan spent the majority of the year working on the 2015 National Youth Conference which brought together 70 delegates and more than 300 participants over the five day event. In 2015 Jordan was also announced as a Queen's Young Leader for his work improving the lives of young people in the Commonwealth.
In 2016 Jordan was named as Young Canberra Citizen of the Year and represented Australia at the 8th Commonwealth Youth Parliament, in British Columbia, Canada.
In 2017 Jordan was selected as an advisory panel member for the Queen's Young Leaders Programme. As a result Jordan travelled to the United Kingdom in June to facilitate a residential programme for award winners, meeting with Her Majesty the Queen. Later Jordan returned in September to select the 2018 Queen's Young Leaders.
Jordan currently works as a performance improvement consultant in Canberra.
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