Jordana Narin found purpose in telling stories that move people to action while working as a journalist in Sri Lanka, where she profiled tsunami widows in the fishing industry and investigated sexual harassment.
Today, Jordana finds that same purpose writing for Grammy Award-winning musicians, Fortune 500 CEOs, and the leaders of the world’s largest technology companies. And she still finds time to amplify the stories of powerful women everywhere.
Before joining West Wing Writers, Jordana worked on three political campaigns, wrote about Modern Love for The New York Times, and served as a research assistant for a best-selling book on gender dynamics in the workplace.
Jordana has a degree in nonfiction creative writing from Columbia University. Born in Los Angeles, Jordana moved east at 10 years old and has called New York City home ever since.