Jordan and his wife Jessica live in Watercrest and share their time with their 3-year old son, Parker, a 5-month old daughter, Maya, a French Bulldog named Bentley and a rescue cat named Loki.


He currently is General Counsel for a successful international cosmetics company headquartered in South Florida.   


They love living in Parkland because it's a special place to raise a family with great schools and a top-rated parks and recreation system.

Protecting Parkland's Lifestyle

Jordan And Family

"I have a long list of things that interest me in the City Commissioner role. However, the primary draw is the privilege and the formidable challenge of planning for the future, while managing the growth, without sacrificing the essence of what makes Parkland so uniquely special.

Parkland is unrivaled in terms of its strong sense of community. We will always support one another and rally together both in good times and in bad. This is so very rare these days and is truly what I believe makes Parkland one of the best places to live in the country. I intend to do everything in my power to protect this lifestyle for all Parkland residents.”

                                                                                     - JORDAN



Jordan always had a strong interest in public service and giving back to his community and has volunteered to help many local public officials and political campaigns in various roles. Throughout his career, he has also been actively involved in a number of charities such as SOS Children’s Village, N.I.C.K.’s Camp, Parkland Cares, Jewish Federation of Broward County, Fashion Funds the Cure and Experience Camps.


Jordan is running for City Commissioner to continue to make a positive impact for his community. His top priority is to preserve Parkland's special character and family friendly environment, while best preparing the City for the future.

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Protecting Parkland's Lifestyle

Political advertisement paid for and approved by Jordan Isrow For Parkland City Commissioner District 2, Nonpartisan