Jordan Maier is an Associate at Trepwise, where she is responsible for supporting all facets of client engagements.
An advocate for access to justice in all areas, Jordan brings to the team experience in policy research, strategic planning, and meeting/event design and facilitation, particularly in the nonprofit and public sectors.
Prior to joining Trepwise, she helped coordinate the efforts of the Louisiana State Bar Association’s Access to Justice Department to expand access to free and low-cost civil legal services for low income Louisianans statewide. She enjoyed growing organizational capacity by developing partnerships with legal and nonlegal stakeholders throughout the state, including public libraries, and instantiating best practices to increase program efficiency.
Before her time at the Louisiana State Bar Association, Jordan supported the execution of impact evaluation studies for several grant-funded education programs in North Carolina and New York as a Research Assistant at the Policy and Research Group.
Jordan graduated summa cum laude from The Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in linguistics and Korean. During her time at Ohio State, she co-founded a grassroots reentry organization which provided employment opportunities and GED tutoring to formerly incarcerated citizens, and designed and facilitated two extracurricular language science courses for incarcerated youth.
In her free time, Jordan enjoys cooking and participating in the lively Latin dance scene in New Orleans.