Brevard County, FLORIDA – Brevard Workforce has formally announced the addition of Robert Jordan, Jr., CM, to its Board of Directors.
Mr. Jordan, President and CEO of Genesis VII, an Engineering, Logistics and Construction Services Company, will take his seat at the February 17, 2012 Board of Directors meeting. The meetings are held every four months.
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“The Board searched carefully for a community leader to further enhance its expertise in areas of emerging technologies. Robert’s depth of knowledge in the education, healthcare, and technology industries truly meets that need. We are very pleased to have him join the board,” said Lisa Rice, Brevard Workforce president.
Genesis VII was established in 1989. Prior to Mr. Jordan’s acquisition of Genesis VII in February 2011, his 31 year career history included the position of Engineering Process Manager on the United States Space Shuttle Program.
Mr. Jordan’s civic responsibilities include leadership positions on the Boards of the City of Titusville, Parrish Medical Center, North Brevard Medical Support Board, Titusville YMCA, United Way, Brevard Cultural Alliance, and in 2002 was elected to the Brevard County School Board, making him the first African American to hold a county wide seat in the history of Brevard County and subsequently becoming the First African American in the history of Brevard County to hold the office of Chairman of the Brevard County School Board. He has also received numerous business and leadership awards.
A graduate of Savannah State University and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Mr. Jordan holds a Masters degree in Aeronautical Science with a specialization in management.
Mr. Jordan currently resides in Titusville with his wife and two children.