Roxana Jordan
Chief Financial Officer

Roxana has over twenty years of experience working in leadership roles in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. She is currently Chief Financial Officer of the Institute for Sustainable Development. For five years prior, she served as COO at IO Sustainability, a management consulting firm, focusing on sustainability issues at the intersection of public, private, and non-profit sectors. In the non-profit sector, she led the Hispanic Council on International Relations as its first President, and served as Vice President of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the leading Hispanic business association in the country.
 

For twelve years, Ms. Jordan led JDG, an international consulting practice working with U.S. based Latin American and Caribbean international development organizations advancing U.S. goals in the region. Ms. Jordan also worked closely with U.S. and LAC private sector organizations, helping to build closer ties between the two.


Roxana has held several positions in the Administration, including at HUD under Secretary Jack Kemp as the Senior Advisor for Legislative and Community Outreach, and on Capitol Hill as Professional Staff on the Merchant Marine Committee/Panama Canal Subcommittee.
 

Ms. Jordan has appeared on TV and electronic media. She has also written for a variety of publications, including: C-SPAN, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The New York Times. She is an alumna of Tulane University, LSU and Georgetown University.