Client Testimonials 

 

“Jordan’s writing is focused, informed, and evocative. Still, that is surpassed by the value of having Jordan as a thought partner, by her capacity to engage, tease out my best thinking and help me put it into words that feel comfortable, and are clearly better than what I would have come up with on my own.” 

 

— Ruth W. Messinger, Former President, American Jewish World Service

 

“I have hired Jordan to write speeches and op-eds for nearly a decade. I love working with her every time! She offers a rare mix of strategic thinking, sophisticated communications skills, and originality to give voice to the issues I care about most: feminism, social justice, and Jewish engagement. Jordan is extremely relationship-driven and always approaches her work with warmth, humor, and integrity.” 

— Barbara Dobkin, Feminist Philanthropist

 

“Jordan embodies what it means to partner in the creation of meaningful written products. She not only has superlative writing skills, but has empathy, compassion and an ability to translate emotion into action.” 

— Robert Bank, President & CEO, American Jewish World Service

“Jordan is a pleasure to work with. We relied on her during a significant announcement for our organization. She was not only a wonderful thought partner, she made us all look polished and succinct. We can’t wait to work with her again!”

— Stefanie Rhodes, Executive Director, Slingshot

“Jordan is my go-to person for communications strategy, problem solving, and writing. She has helped me design a beautiful and clear website and communicate meaningfully with stakeholders. I couldn’t ask for a better thought partner. She brings clarity to the work and always sees the solution. Through her writing and editing, she is able to wade through the muck to expose the key messages and meaningful content. Working with Jordan is a pleasure.”

— Julie Gersten, Refugee Action Fund

“It’s great to have Jordan in your corner, knowing that she will find solutions to your communications challenges and efficiently identify the phrase, structure, image or message that will best capture and amplify your mission.”

— Karla Goldman, Director, Jewish Communal Leadership Program, University of Michigan