CNM, WHNP-BC, MSN, RN
Jordan currently holds her license as a Certified Nurse Midwife and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner. She received her training and degree at UCSF. She also holds a Masters of Science in Nursing Administration from Western University of Health Sciences and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with a minor in Women’s Studies from Chapman University.
She has worked in both hospital and out of hospital settings as a midwife and has served in leadership roles as a registered nurse. She has been working in birth work for over 6 years after the birth of her own two sons. She has served as a full spectrum doula during this time and taps into her creative side by making dilation wheels.
Jordan’s journey to midwifery was born out of her fascination with the physiological process of birth and deep understanding of everyone's right to bodily autonomy and safe care. As a Black woman and mother of two boys, she believes her personal experiences have activated advocacy, propelling her towards leadership roles to improve maternal and neonatal health outcomes for Black communities.