Assistant Professor of Practice in Entrepreneurship in the Arts
Department Chair, Entrepreneurship in the Arts
Jordan believes that artists and creatives are integral contributors to our economy, communities, and lives. She knows that, without creative entrepreneurs, our world would be missing the original thinkers that help us innovate and grow.
Jordan previously worked with Americans for the Arts to foster a collaborative ecosystem between the arts and business sectors that harnesses their collective power as agents of change, transforming the communities and cultures in which we live, work, and play. Taking on the role of Program Director of Purchase College’s Entrepreneurship in the Arts MA was a natural progression of those professional and personal goals.