Vice President, Membership, AFCEA International
Tina Jordan is the vice president, Membership. In this capacity, Ms. Jordan serves the over 30,000 members of AFCEA through its 138 chapters across 30 countries and the more than 1,600 corporate members that comprise AFCEA’s industry membership. She is responsible for profit and loss as well as strategy and execution for the four departments that make up AFCEA’s membership team. Ms. Jordan has developed a culture in which her team thrives and produces positive results—providing exemplary support to AFCEA’s members, exceeding revenue goals and growing membership year-over-year.
Prior to joining AFCEA International, she was the director, Public Sector Alliances, at CSC. Ms. Jordan was responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with 250+ alliance partners and vendors selling to, through or with CSC’s North American Public Sector. From 2005-2008, she worked as CSC’s Defense Group government relations executive. In this capacity, Ms. Jordan represented CSC’s $2.5B Defense Group programs on Capitol Hill. From 1998-2005, she reported to the president of CSC’s Defense Division managing strategic initiatives and proposals. From 1995-1998, Ms. Jordan worked as a management consultant specializing in business process reengineering, business process improvement and strategic planning engagements. Her clients included many DoD and government agencies.
In addition to her responsibilities at CSC, Ms. Jordan volunteered with AFCEA’s Washington DC Chapter serving as president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, scholarship chair, luncheon chair and chair of the DC Summer Gala. She also volunteered with AFCEA NOVA supporting several of their committees. Ms. Jordan previously served on the Board of Directors of AFCEA International, participating in strategic planning and as a member of the Governance Committee. She currently sits on the board of the Foundation for Innovation and Discovery, the Women In Business Initiative Advisory Board for George Mason University’s School of Business and the Industry Advisory Board for Clemson University’s School of Computing.
Ms. Jordan enjoyed growing up in various locations around the United States and Spain and appreciates the travels and experiences that being an Air Force dependent 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.
Ms. Jordan enjoys yoga, hiking, reading and most importantly—spending time with her husband, David, and their daughters, Kylie and Elliott.