Josha Jordan

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Mr. Josha Jordan has been with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security since 2005. Now serving as a Soft Targets-Crowded Places Program Manager in the newly established Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Infrastructure Security Division. 

Mr. Jordan most recently served as the Section Chief of the Cross-Sector Program Section within the former Office of Infrastructure Protection, and Lead Program  Manager of the Soft Targets and Crowded Places Security Task Force. In these roles, he led several of the Department's high profile initiatives including the Active Shooter Preparedness Program, the UAS program office, as well as coordinating the Department's Soft Targets and Crowded Places Executive Steering Committee.

Prior to this, he worked with the White House on the development of the National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security, and led a nine month outreach campaign focussed on improving export/import flow for private sector supply chain operations. He assisted in the development of the Critical Manufacturing Sector, and has previously served as the Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection. 

Mr. Jordan resides in Washington, DC and holds degrees from both Denison University and Georgetown University.