Jordan is a consultant and services practice lead with over 13 years of experience in strategy, ESG, and innovation. As a former Fortune 250 executive, Big 4 consultant, and small business owner, Jordan possesses the range of skill sets and knowledge to help tailor ESG programs and outcomes that suit our clients’ unique needs and priorities.
Jordan is a proud Canadian, who along with his wife Rita, currently lives on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia. He holds his MBA from Willamette University, an undergrad in economics from McMaster University, and executive education from Stanford and UBC.
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