Jordan is a Managing Director at MUFG Americas working for the firm's Growth and Middle Market Technology practice in Boston. In her role, she advises industry changing VC and PE backed technology companies and high-growth disruptors on all aspects of their global banking needs, as well as advising on capital structure, corporate finance, and investment banking matters.

Prior to MUFG, Jordan was an Executive Director at JP Morgan in the Tech & Disruptive Commerce team for 3 years and spent 13 years at Bank of America as a Senior Relationship Manager on the Commercial Banking Middle Market team, managing the global relationships of middle market companies headquartered in the Greater Boston area.

Jordan received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics from the College of the Holy Cross and an MBA in Corporate Finance from the Boston College Carroll School of Management. She is Series 7, 79 and 63 (FINRA) licensed and has her UK Financial Regulation license (CISI).

Jordan is active on both the boards of Junior Achievement of Greater Boston and the Center for Women & Enterprise. She and her husband live in Charlestown with their two young daughters and pup, Ginger.

Why CWE?

Having worked primarily with large established companies my whole career, I know what it takes for business owners and entrepreneurs to become industry leaders. What I’ve never been exposed to is how those business owners struggled through the early years of establishing a viable business. This uphill battle is even greater for women and women of color. Recent studies have called out that roughly 40% of entrepreneurs are women, yet they receive only 3% of total startup investment in the US. CWE’s mission speaks not only to supporting that entrepreneurial spirit, but also specifically addresses the unique challenges faced by women as they establish their businesses. I’m thrilled to be part of an organization that is dedicated to narrowing the gap for female entrepreneurs and helping them become viable, successful businesses – whatever that means to them.