Tina Jordan

Vice President, Membership
AFCEA International

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As Vice President, Membership, Tina Jordan is responsible for oversight of thirty regional vice presidents globally and the AFCEA chapters throughout the world. She serves as the primary interface between AFCEA International headquarters and the regions and chapters. Additionally, she works closely with the AFCEA European Manager and has responsibility for AFCEA growth in the Far East.  

Ms. Jordan worked for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) from 1995 to 2014.  She joined CSC as a Management Consultant specializing in Business Process Reengineering, Business Process Improvement and Strategic Planning.  In 1998, Ms. Jordan moved from CSC’s Federal Consulting Practice to work various Senior Staff positions within CSC reporting to the President of CSC’s Defense Mission, Engineering and Integration Division. In 2005, she became the Defense Group Government Relations Executive representing CSC’s $2.5B Defense Group programs on Capitol Hill.  From 2008-2014, she worked as the Director, NPS Alliances and managed the relationships with valued partners and vendors selling to, through and with CSC’s North American Public Sector.

In addition to her responsibilities at CSC, Ms. Jordan has served on the Board of Directors of the AFCEA Washington, D.C. Chapter since 2004, filling several key positions to include Chapter President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and most recently, Vice President, Education Committee.  She also served on the Board of AFCEA International as an Associate Director and member of the Governance Committee.

Prior to joining CSC, Ms. Jordan worked for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA). From 1990-1992, she executed the Total Quality Management effort for the Defense Contract Management District West. From 1992-1993, Ms. Jordan developed and implemented a Command-wide Customer Liaison Program for the Defense Contract Management Command.  And from 1993-1995, she managed DLA’s Activity Based Costing initiative.

As an “Air Force Brat,” Ms. Jordan enjoyed growing up in various locations around the United States and Spain and appreciates the travels and experiences that the Air Force provided. She graduated from high school in Alaska, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Arizona State University and graduated with honors with a Master of Science degree in Business from Johns Hopkins University.