Jordan LaCrosse

Jordan LaCrosse is Vice President at Avenue Solutions, an all-female government relations firm that provides strategic legislative, policy, and political expertise based in Washington, D.C. Jordan consults on a broad array of issues working with clients to create strategies for health care, telecommunications, cyber, and foreign policy initiatives that have resulted in concrete policy changes and substantial federal support for the organizations she represents.

Prior to joining Avenue Solutions, Jordan worked on women's rights and economic security issues for the Democratic National Committee Democratic Women's Alliance. In this capacity, Jordan championed female involvement in the democratic process at all levels, from those running the ballot box to those running for office. Jordan carries this passion forward today, leading grassroots campaigns for those she represents.

Jordan began her career on Capitol Hill as a fellow in the office of Representative Debbie Wasserman Shultz (D-FL), where she focused on foreign policy, healthcare, and voting rights and built a strong network of bipartisan relationships. While supporting the Congresswoman’s work on both the House Appropriations Committee and the Democratic National Committee, Jordan developed expertise in the Federal legislative and budget process, as well as knowledge of House rules and procedures.

Jordan holds a master’s degree in International Service with a focus on Intelligence and National Security from American University. During her academic career, she studied Russian foreign policy, cyber, and intelligence and led a student research group for the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis to track Russian and Ukrainian oligarch money laundering. Today, she incorporates her education into advising her clients on foreign adversary threats, including healthcare infrastructure security and cybersecurity standards. In recognition of her outstanding contributions to the American School of International Service community, Jordan was awarded the Notable Service Award in 2018.

A native Floridian, Jordan received her B.A. in Political Science from Florida Gulf Coast University where she served as Miss Florida Gulf Coast. Jordan now resides in Washington, D.C.