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Jordan McDaniel

Jordan McDaniel has accomplished much in her 23 years. While in high school, she discovered her love of writing and wrote both feature articles and a column for the MyLine section of the Free Lance Star.  She was valedictorian of the James Monroe High School Class of 2008 where she was a three sport athlete, exceling in field hockey, swimming and tennis.

Jordan attended the University of Virginia where she was President of the Advertising and Marketing Association, rush chair of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, a big sister through Madison House, an Honor System educator and founder of the Charlottesville Chapter of Operation Warm. Two secret societies at UVa, The Society of the Purple Shadows and the 21 Society, recognized her for these achievements.  Jordan graduated from the McIntire School of Commerce in 2012 and currently resides in New York City where she works as a Digital Planner.


Honored by her father Charles W. McDaniel