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Jordan Berger '17

Jordan Berger graduated from Cornell University with a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations and a minor in Law and Society. She is originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana. During her senior year, Jordan served as the President of the Cornell Undergraduate Student Assembly after serving as the Parliamentarian of the Assembly for the three years.

Jordan works to make shared governance at Cornell more accessible and inclusive of all students. At Cornell, Jordan served as an Intergroup Dialogue Project Facilitator.

Additionally, she was actively involved in the Hillel community as a member of the inaugural Hillel International Student Cabinet, served as the Chair of Cultural Programming on the Cornell Hillel Student Executive Board, and is also the founder and former President of the Cornell Interfaith Council.

Jordan is a passionate disability rights advocate. She has spent the past three summers doing disability rights internships for the Israeli and United States governments. In Israel, Jordan did research on alternatives to sheltered workshops for the Israeli Commission on Equal Rights for People with Disabilities. While at the White House, Jordan assisted Maria Town with the programming for the 25th Anniversary of the ADA. Jordan also interned for Judith Heumann at the U.S. State Department.