For the past several years, Jordan has been heavily involved in advocacy efforts for the trans community generally, and he has spoken publicly about trans military issues whenever presented with the opportunity. He first became involved with SPARTA in 2014 when he was serving in the Air Force, but since transferring to the IRR in 2015, his days of active military service are now becoming more and more distant from his current civilian life. He is excited for this opportunity to work with TAVA because involvement with this organization will to allow him to continue my military-related trans advocacy in the veteran spaces that better fit the stage of live he is in now.
Jordan believes that his professional and personal credentials make him a valuable member of the TAVA board. He has significant nonprofit experience through his pro bono work with the Colorado Name Change Project and through his day job at the American Constitution Society, and he has experience managing social media and communications strategies for businesses and non-profit organizations too.