Jordan Brown is a nonprofit leader with a deep commitment to racial equity and social justice, and has a track record of helping movements, organizations, and leaders create meaningful change. With 10+ years of experience, Jordan continues to build trust-based relationships that drive her work with grassroots organizations, the philanthropic community, individual donors, and community stakeholders.
In addition to serving as Georgia State Advisor at Movement Voter Project, Jordan is the Principal of Collective Grant Writing & Consulting, specializing in developing social justice organizations by taking a comprehensive approach to building, maintaining, and diversifying revenue.
Formerly the Senior Advisor at Tides Advocacy, the first Pro-Black c4 fiscal sponsorship national organization, she provided a wide range of core partner management support through strategic and organizational development advising. During the pandemic, she was the Donor Relations Manager at National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA), where she spearheaded the creation of a Midlevel and Major Donor Program to support 1,500+ individual donors whose combined giving capacity exceeded $100 million.
Centering Black women and girls, Jordan serves on the grant selection committee, and provides training and mentorship for the Southern Black Girls & Women Consortium.
A Georgia native, she studied Psychology at Georgia State University before earning her Master of Public Health, becoming a two-time Georgia State graduate.