Jordan D. is the state coordinator for the Illinois SOAR program and recently received her Masters of Public Policy from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Her policy and advocacy work at the nonprofit Kids In Danger (KID) garnered national media attention. Her research report entitled "After the Recall: Dangerous Products Remain in Home" led to the Nightline segment: "Recall Roulette" as well as many other media pieces. As part of her advocacy work, Jordan D. wrote blog entries, op-ed pieces, and many persuasive fact sheets and infographics. She also helped revamp KID's advocacy and news pages on their website. She also has experience writing press releases for press conferences.
Since coming to Writer Access, Jordan D. has branched out to real estate and company descriptions. She has also recently done some work for gaming and political blogs.