Jordi’s diverse professional career includes almost a decade as Vice President, Atlantic for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. As a journalist for over 20 years, he hosted and produced CBC national television news; broadcasted the Olympics from Atlanta; and reported for MuchMusic in the 1980s. In addition to working with the CBC for over a decade with CBC Morning News, Jordi has worked in private radio with Rogers Communications, Newcap Broadcasting and as talk show host with Roger’s News 95.7 in Halifax. Jordi has consulted on CRTC regulations, worked in politics, and provided communications and public affairs expertise to private and public organizations including as Director of Parliamentary Affairs to the Minister of Human Resources & Skills Development Canada and as Deputy Chief of Staff to the Leader of the Opposition in Ottawa. He provided media training to Canadian Armed Forces personnel prior to deployment to Afghanistan. Jordi lends his reputation and public speaking, fundraising, business and governance expertise to community and volunteer organizations in the arts, health, and education sectors. He has a diploma in radio broadcasting from Nova Scotia Community College and certificates in management, leadership, negotiation from Harvard Business School, communications from the University of Cambridge and is currently studying Social Media Strategy at MIT Sloan School of Management.