Jordan leads the Secretariat for the Digital Nations, a collaborative network of the world’s leading digital governments. As the first person in the role, she has been fundamental in further developing the capacity of this minilateral organization.
In addition, Jordan is an analyst at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat focusing on international relations and digital change. Her previous experience involves policy analysis across the Government of Canada, as well as formative non-partisan experiences in the House of Commons and Library of Parliament. Jordan has also represented Canada on international delegations for meetings with political, policy, and community leaders in the United Kingdom, Japan, Belgium, Germany, and the United States.
She has a Masters in Public and International Affairs from the University of Ottawa.
Public sector innovation requires that we choose wisely from the fruits of technology, reaping their benefits while avoiding their risks. Digital transformation means balancing tradeoffs to improve services for citizens while protecting their freedoms and rights. The Digital Nations has working groups, some of which are focused on digital identity, data, and greening government.
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