Jordan Goldberg joined PCDC as the Director of Policy after more than a dozen years leading policy at national organizations that advance reproductive health access and promote health equity. Most recently, Jordan was the Director of Policy at the National Institute for Reproductive Health, where she oversaw NIRH’s state and local policy advocacy work, including tracking reproductive health, rights and justice policy across the United States, drafting state and local legislation and ordinances, providing strategic and technical support to advocates and lawmakers, and working with national and state coalitions to advance health care access. Jordan also spent over five years at the Center for Reproductive Rights, representing health care providers and running the organization’s state legislative program, tracking legislation and designing advocacy strategies to protect and expand access to reproductive health care through local and state policy. Previously, Jordan served as a law clerk for Justice Barry T. Albin on the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Prior to law school, Jordan worked for the New York State Senate and in media and communications. Jordan received her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and holds a BFA in Film and Television from New York University, with a second major in Politics.