Jordan Schwartz

Director of Civic Impact and Programming

Jordan Schwartz has 15 years of political, government and civic engagement experience.  Born and raised in Philadelphia, Jordan has spent his career focused on building partnerships that address the city’s most pressing challenges. Jordan served as Deputy Chief of Staff in the office of Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter. He previously helped start the Center for Progressive Leadership and served as Pennsylvania State Director of this national leadership development startup. Most recently, Jordan was Director of External Affairs for the Philadelphia 2016 Host Committee, the team that bid for and organized the Democratic National Convention here in Philadelphia.

Jordan serves on the board of his neighborhood civic association and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.


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