Jordan Namerow is a feminist writer and strategic communications professional. With more than 15 years of experience in the non-profit industry, she is passionate about helping women and girls elevate their voices and claim their power to make the world more equitable for everyone. Prior to launching her communications consulting business in 2018, she held multiple communications roles at American Jewish World Service (AJWS), including Director of Digital Communications, over the course of nine years. From 2007-2009, Jordan was the Communications Specialist at the Jewish Women’s Archive and from 2005-2006, she served as the Roslyn Z. Wolf International Fellow of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Warsaw, Poland. Her writing has been published in The Washington Post, NPR.org, Kveller, JTA, The Forward, eJewishPhilanthropy, and Wellesley Magazine. Jordan earned a Bachelor’s in Sociology and Women’s Studies from Wellesley College and a Master’s in Strategic Communications from Columbia University. She lives in Boston with her wife Idit, her son Lior, and their dog Langston.