Jordan C. Brown is a seasoned political strategist working at the intersection of politics, technology, and entertainment to drive progressive social change. As the founder of One Blue Hill he partners with culture shapers, business leaders, and elected officials to achieve innovative advocacy and philanthropic goals.

About Jordan

For more than two decades Jordan has advised local, state, and national political campaigns. In 2004 he joined Secretary John Kerry’s presidential campaign, working on the finance and field teams. In 2008 and 2012 Jordan advised President Obama’s campaigns, raising money and helping to engage celebrity surrogates. He spoke on a White House panel in December 2012 about how cultural leaders can partner with government to build support for policy change. He served on Hillary Clinton’s Entertainment Advisory Council and was a member of her National Finance Committee and Innovation Policy Advisory Committee. For President Biden and Vice President Harris’s campaign, he served on the National Finance Committee, the Innovation Policy Working Group, and the Entertainment Advisory Council.Over the years Jordan has advanced legislation and advocacy campaigns for issues as diverse as clean energy, early detection of cancer, self-esteem, LGBTQ rights, gun violence prevention, mental health, poverty, immigration, and HIV prevention. After the 2016 election he worked with leaders of the Democratic party to revamp messaging and strategies.

He regularly hosts salons and fundraisers for progressive leaders, including Senator Cory Booker, Vice President Kamala Harris, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti, Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Governor Gavin Newsom.From 2016-2018 Jordan served as Vice President for Social Impact at SB Projects, working with music manager and businessman Scooter Braun, and artists including Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Usher, and Karlie Kloss to shepherd their social impact agendas. In 2017 Jordan was an Executive Producer of two major live television events to raise money for disaster victims. The first - “One Love Manchester” - raised $23 million in the wake of the suicide bombing attack at Ariana Grande’s concert in England. The second, “Hand in Hand: A Benefit For Hurricane Relief”, aired live on all four broadcast networks in the US, raising over $65 million for victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. In March, 2018 he was honored to support the students from Parkland, FL as they galvanized young people across the country to “March For Our Lives”. In May 2020 Jordan was on the team that produced “Graduate Together: America Honors the Class of 2020,” which featured President Obama, LeBron James, Malala, Megan Rapinoe, and more.From 2012-2016 Jordan designed and hosted the annual “XPRIZE Visioneering” conference, a competition-based event inspiring innovators from around the globe to tackle humanity’s most urgent problems.

Attendees included luminaries like Elon Musk,, and Arianna Huffington, along with dozens of Fortune 500 CEOs, leading politicians, and journalists. In December 2014 Jordan spearheaded XPRIZE’s global expansion, launching XPRIZE Global in Mumbai, India. In May 2016 he led an XPRIZE delegation to the world's largest refugee camp, Zaatari in Jordan, as part of an effort to revamp refugee housing. Jordan is a member of the Policy and Advocacy Committee of Global Citizen, working to end extreme poverty by 2030, and an advisor to Represent Us, an organization bringing together conservatives and progressives to pass powerful anti-corruption laws, end partisan gerrymandering, and modernize our voting system. He is on the board of  the LA chapter of LIFT, an organization that partners with working parents to break the intergenerational cycle of extreme poverty.

In 2020 Jordan was awarded the prestigious Edmund Hillary Fellowship, which - in partnership with the government of New Zealand - incubates solutions to global problems by assembling a diverse and innovative group of entrepreneurs from around the world. In December 2020 Jordan released his first music, a collaboration with Grammy-winning artist Ben Harper and the Grammy-winning Soweto Gospel Choir of South Africa, covering Coldplay’s Fix You.Jordan graduated from Stanford University, where he studied Political Science and English. Jordan is a California native who lives in Los Angeles with his partner Colton and their dogs Zooka and Scout

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