Jordan Krick

Jordan KrickProject Coordinator, BA

Jordan Krick (they/them) graduated from SUNY Potsdam with a bachelor’s degree in Archeology and History, focusing on Biological Anthropology. After graduation they served in the Peace Corps, before embarking on a life in health care developing fifteen years of experience working in and around emergency medical services where they often served as a trainer and mentor. In addition, they have six years’ experience working in grass roots organizing with the migrant worker community through the Workers’ Center of Central New York and advocacy in the areas of worker’s rights and safety, tenants’ rights, immigrant rights, disability and LGBTQIA+. They also co-founded a Syracuse based harm reduction centered community first aid organization, where they serve as a Stop the Bleed instructor for public education. In their free time, Jordan helps to run an animal rescue operation, Cuse Animal Haus, and they enjoy hiking and hanging out with their cats.

Currently, Jordan serves as a Project Coordinator at Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University, where they manage administrative tasks, assist on grant project proposals, and help with technology support issues.