Jordan is a member of Taft’s Privacy and Data Security and Employment and Labor Relations practice groups.
Jordan has vast experience with technology-related issues, which brings a unique and vital perspective to her practice of successfully negotiating agreements involving personal data and developing creative governance solutions that blend well with existing business practices. Jordan’s practice focuses on the collection, processing, sharing, transferring and retention of personal data domestically and abroad. She has experience negotiating data processing and sharing agreements for companies in various countries including those located in the European Union, United Kingdom, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East.
Jordan also has experience advising clients on compliance requirements under various comprehensive data privacy laws, federal privacy regulations, along with state laws governing personally identifiable information. Jordan adds value to her clients by providing regulatory analysis, security incident response, risk management, policy development, training, and audits that enable her clients to stay on top of evolving privacy laws. Jordan also comes from a labor and employment background, which makes her comfortable working with employers of all sizes. From startups to Fortune 500 companies, Jordan crafts uniquely-tailored strategies for best practices surrounding companies’ data collection and retention. As part of her background, Jordan represents employers in several industries, including healthcare, consumer sales, business-to-business transactions, manufacturing, government contracting, ad tech, and marketing/advertising.
Prior to joining Taft, Jordan was a summer associate at Taft Dayton in 2018 and 2019. She earned her J.D. from the University of Kentucky College of Law and received her B.S. in broadcast & digital journalism, cum laude, from Syracuse University.
During law school, Jordan was the online editor of the Kentucky Journal of Equine and Natural Resources, where she earned the Best Note Award in 2019. She also served as president of the Black Law Student Association and as social/service chair of the Women’s Law Caucus.
Jordan dedicates her additional time to mentoring youth in the community as a legal advisor for Centerville High School’s mock trial team. She also serves as vice president of Light On U, a non-profit organization Jordan co-founded that guides young women of color in illuminating their lights and talents in honor of the life of Uche Chukwuma. It is based in the Greater New Jersey area.
Honoree, NBL 40 Under 40
Honoree, Dayton Bar Briefs Rising Star (2023)
- University of Kentucky College of Law (2020)
- Syracuse University (2017)
- State - Ohio
Speeches and Publications
- Co-author, “What’s next for private employers following the Supreme Court’s decision blocking the OSHA ETS,” Dayton Business Journal, 28, 2022.
- Co-author, “New executive order tasks OSHA with creating stronger coronavirus protections in the workplace,” Dayton Business Journal, Feb. 4, 2021.
- The Disappearing Act: How to Prevent the Decline of Black Farmers in the United States, 12 Ky. J. Equine, Agric. & Nat. Resources L. 325 (2020).
- Dayton Bar Association
New Lawyers’ Division Co-Chair
- Ohio Bar Association
- Black Law Student Association
- Centerville High School Mock Trial
Board of Trustees
- Legal Aid of Western Ohio (LAWO)
Board of Trustees
- Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (ABLE)
Board of Trustees