Jordan first became introduced to cycling after graduating from UConn with a BS in Biology in 2009. She's been hooked since then, beginning with road racing in 2011, then the addition of cyclocross and most recently mountain bike racing, a discipline where Jordan now holds a professional license and competes in international level events. Her interest in both science and sport lead her to pursue her MS in Sports Nutrition through Northeastern University, a program which she completed in the Fall of 2013.
Based on her own experiences as an athlete and her educational background, Jordan has an innate understanding of the role of nutrition in athletic performance, and enjoys helping athletes to reach their goals through improved nutrition strategies.
Jordan is accepting new clients for nutrition as well as cycling coaching.