Jordan Isrow was born and raised in Boca Raton where he attended Pine Crest School. After high school, he received a Bright Future scholarship to the University of Florida where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Advertising. After graduating college, he received his JD/MBA from the University of Miami, cum laude, where he was a member of the Moot Court Board, member of the Dean’s List, President of the Entertainment and Sports Law Society, champion of the UM School of Law’s Negotiation Competition and recipient of a Dean’s Merit Scholarship Award.
Jordan always had a strong interest in public service and giving back to his community and has volunteered to help local public officials and political campaigns in various roles. Throughout his career, he has also been actively involved in several charities such as SOS Children’s Village, N.I.C.K.’s Camp, Jewish Federation of Broward County, Fashion Funds the Cure, Experience Camps, and Parkland Cares.
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 is running for City Commissioner to continue making a positive impact for his community, with his top priority being preserving Parkland’s special character and family-friendly environment — while best preparing the city for the future.