Jordan Bookey, Google
K-12 Education Outreach
Jordan Lloyd Bookey leads the K-12 Education Outreach team at Google.
In this role, she
partners with external organizations and internal education-related teams to further Google's
mission to increase access to useful, high quality education technology, community, and content, and to support innovation in learning.
team focuses on opening doors for students around the world by expanding access to outstanding teachers and helping inspire excitement for computer science.
Prior to this role, Jordan led the Diversity & Talent Inclusion team for Google's Midwest and East Coast offices.
Before joining Google, Jordan earned an undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University in Latin American Studies and graduated with an MBA from The Wharton School of Business, where she focused on Entrepreneurship.
While there, she led the school's chapter of Net Impact, an organization designed to equip individuals to use business for social good.
Before graduate school, she taught middle school Social Studies and Language Arts at the Seed School of Washington, DC, served as a program director at a literacy-focused nonprofit, interned at The Carter Center, and worked as a campaign field organizer for the 2004 presidential election.
serves on the National Center for Women
and Information Technology's
K-12 Executive Council as well as the New Schools Venture Fund investment committee.
lives in Austin, TX with her
husband Felix, son Cassius, and mutt Wendell.