Jordan Stevenson


About Me

My passion, competence, and work ethic are my biggest assets. I have experience in international advocacy leadership, economic development, and foreign policy.

Location

Cheney, WA
Vancouver, WA
Education
    Eastern Washington University
    January, 2018 - June, 2020
    expected degree
    Bachelor's
    major
    International Relations
    minors
    Economics
    Spanish
    coursework
    Global Issues
    Microeconomics
    Women's Rights and Human Rights
    Introductory Statistics
    Macroeconomics
    Politics of South Asia
    International Political Economy
    International Organizations
    Advanced Spanish Grammar
    Washington State University
    August, 2017 - December, 2017
    Clark College
    August, 2015 - May, 2016
Work Experience
    STAND: The Student-led Movement to End Mass Atrocities.
    Managing Committee Member
    May, 2019 - present
    company
    STAND: The Student-led Movement to End Mass Atrocities.
    title
    Managing Committee Member
    overview
    • Analyzing policy to empower STAND leaders to engage with elected officials on STAND’s policy priorities. • Performing rigorous policy research, framing policy asks for various audiences, and delving into the legislative process to drive lobbying strategy for STAND members, chapters, and affiliates. • Drafting & editing policy statements for issue areas.
    Institute for Public Policy & Economic Analysis
    Project Assistant
    Spokane, WA, United States of America
    January, 2019 - present
    Spokane County Superior Court
    Case Processing Intern
    Spokane, WA, United States of America
    January, 2019 - April, 2019
    United Nations Development Programme
    Political & Electoral Rights Researcher
    November, 2018 - December, 2018
    Our Climate
    Fall Fellow
    Seattle, WA, United States
    September, 2018 - November, 2018
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Fun Fact
I have been to the United Nations twice and even touched the General Assembly podium!
Passion
Passionate about U.S. foreign policy, human rights advocacy, reproductive justice, women and LGBTQ rights, and economic development. International Public Service is my calling. A non-academic/professional passion is college prestige culture and its impact on admissions, funding, and youth.
Skills
Languages
EnglishSpanish
Technical skills
Adobe productsData analysisDatabase managementData visualizationGraphic DesignMicrosoft Office SuiteTableauTroubleshootingWebsite design
Skills
Advocacy strategyCopyeditingCross-cultural communicationCurriculum designEvent PlanningGrant WritingLobbyingPolicy AnalysisPresentationsPublic SpeakingReport writingTeaching and training others
Gigs / Freelance
    Knitwork Design Studio
    Entrepreneurial Support
    July, 2018 - June, 2019
Volunteer
    The Advocates for Human Rights
    December, 2018 - June, 2019
    Women's and Gender Commission
    May, 2018 - May, 2019
    Asia University America Program
    October, 2018 - February, 2019
    Lady Parts Justice
    January, 2018 - December, 2018
    ARTogether
    August, 2018 - December, 2018
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Leadership
    Partnering for Progress
    Economic Development Committee Member
    December, 2018 - present
    Population Connection Action Fund
    Women's Rights & Foreign Policy Lobbyist
    March, 2019 - April, 2019
    Model United Nations
    Head Delegate
    May, 2018 - September, 2018
    Civics in Action
    Founder & Executive Director
    April, 2017 - April, 2018
    EWU Girl Up! Committee
    Founder
    August, 2018 - January, 2019
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Hobbies
Testing new recipes
Watercolor painting
Seeking adventures through travel
Creative Writing
Hiking through forests
Exploring the world
Eating sushi & cucumber raita
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