Jordan Hibbs is currently serving a two-year appointment as a Presidential Management Fellow at the U.S. Department of Energy, Building Technologies Office in Washington, D.C.
Prior to joining the federal government, Jordan worked as a Project Manager at the Arizona Department of Administration Office of Grants and Federal Resources as a contractor, where she managed several grant programs including a competitive funding award from the U.S. Department of Energy, focused on the energy efficiency at wastewater treatment plants. Jordan holds a Masters of Science and Technology Policy from Arizona State University, and a Bachelor of Science in psychology, with a minor in political science.
While attending Arizona State University, Jordan gained extensive energy and environmental policy experience. For her Masters Applied Project, she created a policy brief on the emerging implications surrounding privacy and security of real-time energy consumption data. Furthermore, Jordan gained significant foreign policy experience as a Mosaic Taiwan Fellow with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China (Taiwan) where she engaged in high-level meetings with government officials to discuss US-ROC relations, and other economic and security issues.
Jordan has a longstanding commitment to public service and volunteerism. Jordan was featured in MSNBC’s Women in Politics as a leader making a difference not only through key issues on her college campus, but bridging the gender gap in politics. Her work on campus and in the community has earned her the ASU Commission on the Status of Women’s Outstanding Achievement and Contribution Award, ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion’s Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award, Arizona Capitol Times Leaders of the Year Scholarship, and the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation’s Volunteer Service Award.