Jordana is the Public Engagement Associate for Just Vision, an organization that fills a media gap in Israel-Palestine through independent storytelling and strategic audience engagement. In her role, she works collaboratively across the organization to support outreach, communications and storytelling efforts.
Jordana holds a double degree in Human Rights Journalism and Theater from Bard College, where she co-organized an arts education program in the West Bank for four years. She also holds an MFA Social Practice degree from the Corcoran School of Art in DC, a unique program that combines art and public policy. Jordana is a filmmaker and visual artist. Prior to Just Vision, she was a recipient of the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship where she studied visual storytelling practices in Central and South America. She also worked at a number of non-profit, gallery and film organizations including: the National Geographic Society (DC), Monument Lab (PA), Steps to End Family Violence (NYC), Artists Striving to End Poverty (NYC), and the Nashman Center for Civic Engagement (DC). Her films and visual art work have been showcased at Transformer Gallery (DC), Art Basel (Miami), and the Corcoran Gallery (DC).