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Jordan Carmon ’11

Jordan Carmon ’11 is Senior Advisor to Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, the first woman to ever hold the position. He advises and communicates on behalf of the County Executive on matters of law enforcement, social and economic justice, and intergovernmental affairs. He is also pursuing his law degree as a part-­time student at the City University of New York Law School.

Jordan previously served as Deputy Press Secretary for both New York Attorneys General Bar­ bara Underwood and Eric Schneiderman. During his time there, the AG’s office was instru­mental in the legal fight against the Trump Administration’s Muslim ban, defunding of critical health care services, rollback of clean air and water protections, and separation of children from their parents at the US-­Mexico border.

Before joining the AG’s office, Jordan was a Consultant at Deloitte, where he worked with both federal government and commercial clients on communications strategy and legislative monitoring. His clients included the Centers for Disease Control, Johnson & Johnson, the Con­sumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), and the World Economic Forum.

Barack Obama’s presidential campaign was formative in instilling Jordan’s passion for politics and public service. After phone-­banking and knocking on doors in 2008, Jordan moved to Chicago in 2012 to join the President’s reelection campaign as a Digital Communications in­ tern, where he helped manage social media accounts and develop other campaign communi­cations.

Jordan holds a B.A. in International Studies and Political Science from Johns Hopkins, where he served as President of College Democrats and co­founded a campus chapter of J Street U.

Jordan is the descendent of Holocaust survivors and refugees, something he never forgets. He is the youngest of five children born to Israeli immigrants who arrived in Queens in 1985, started a business together, and then settled on Long Island a few years later. Jordan credits everything he is in life to his family. Besides politics, his main passion is playing, watching, and thinking about soccer. Jordan speaks Hebrew and Spanish fluently and has traveled to 33 countries.

Jordan is a Waldorf School of Garden City lifer and graduated in 2011.

Jordan Carmon '11

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Law, Politics, & GovernmentMedia & TechnologyPR & MarketingSymposium Panelist 2019

Jordan Carmon ’11 is Senior Advisor to Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, the first woman to ever hold the position. He advises and communicates on behalf of the County Executive on matters of law enforcement, social and economic justice, and intergovernmental affairs. He is also pursuing his law degree as a part-­time student at the City University of New York Law School.

Jordan previously served as Deputy Press Secretary for both New York Attorneys General Bar­ bara Underwood and Eric Schneiderman. During his time there, the AG’s office was instru­mental in the legal fight against the Trump Administration’s Muslim ban, defunding of critical health care services, rollback of clean air and water protections, and separation of children from their parents at the US-­Mexico border.

Before joining the AG’s office, Jordan was a Consultant at Deloitte, where he worked with both federal government and commercial clients on communications strategy and legislative monitoring. His clients included the Centers for Disease Control, Johnson & Johnson, the Con­sumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), and the World Economic Forum.

Barack Obama’s presidential campaign was formative in instilling Jordan’s passion for politics and public service. After phone-­banking and knocking on doors in 2008, Jordan moved to Chicago in 2012 to join the President’s reelection campaign as a Digital Communications in­ tern, where he helped manage social media accounts and develop other campaign communi­cations.

Jordan holds a B.A. in International Studies and Political Science from Johns Hopkins, where he served as President of College Democrats and co­founded a campus chapter of J Street U.

Jordan is the descendent of Holocaust survivors and refugees, something he never forgets. He is the youngest of five children born to Israeli immigrants who arrived in Queens in 1985, started a business together, and then settled on Long Island a few years later. Jordan credits everything he is in life to his family. Besides politics, his main passion is playing, watching, and thinking about soccer. Jordan speaks Hebrew and Spanish fluently and has traveled to 33 countries.

Jordan is a Waldorf School of Garden City lifer and graduated in 2011.