Join Victor Jordan

    Sign up to volunteer or stay in touch with the campaign.

    Donate

    Please feel free to donate to our campaign by clicking the button below. Any amount will be greatly appreciated.
    BE A PART OF OUR CAMPAIGN

    ABOUT VICTOR JORDAN

    Victor Jordan's Achievements

    Victor Jordan is the 1st Vice Chairperson of Community Board 17 (CB 17) (Flatbush and East Flatbush) (www.cb17brooklyn.org). Currently, he is also the Chairperson of the Block Association Committee of CB 17. In the past, Victor has served as chairperson of the Education Committee and Land Use Committee of CB 17.

    Victor is a former Mathematics Teacher at Erasmus Hall High School and Boys & Girls H.S. in Brooklyn, and a former economics professor at Empire State College, SUNY, where he also taught Labor & Employment law. 

    Victor Jordan's Professional Affiliations

    Victor Jordan serves as the Executive Board Member for the Association of Black Educators of New York (ABENY) for over 10 years, where he also chairs the Political Action Committee. (abenyinc.wildapricot.org).

    PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

    Chair, Political Action Committee

    Association of Black Educator of New York (ABENY), New York, New York

    Member, Brooklyn Bar Association, Brooklyn, NY

    Board Member & Former Chair, Education Committee

    Community Board 17, Brooklyn, New York

    Board Member & Former Chair, Land Use Committee

    Community Board 17, Brooklyn, New York

    Former Member, ARMY VOLUNTEER CORP (Income tax Preparer, Ft Hamilton Army Base)

    Former Deputy Team Chief, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

    Community Board 14, Brooklyn, NY

    The Issues that drive Victor Jordan into action.

    The underfunding of school in the district must stop. The fact that less than 1% of black students were offered admission to Stuyvesant High School in unacceptable. I pledge to fight to turn that around. Right now, we have no gifted & talented programs in the district. Historically, gifted & talented programs have been the feeder school for the specialized high school.

    Having no gifted & talented programs in our district is also unacceptable. I pledge to do all that is humanly possible to turn this around.