Jordan Gallagher provides communications support to the EFI Foundation and the Labor Energy Partnership (LEP), a joint initiative of EFI Foundation and the AFL-CIO. She develops outreach strategies, liaises with the press, and coordinates product rollouts, public events, and private workshops.
Most recently, Gallagher served as a legislative assistant at Greenberg Traurig, LLP in her hometown of Tallahassee, Florida, where she supported the Florida lobbying team across a breadth of policy areas. In this role, she monitored federal and state agencies, the Florida Legislature, and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners to produce regular reports on legislative and regulatory activity for lobbyists and clients.
In 2020, Gallagher earned a Master of Public Policy from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, where she was awarded the Dean’s Tuition Scholarship in Public Policy and served as a Harold H. and Reba Martin Endowed Fellow. At Rutgers, she also co-led a student research team that explored opportunities to improve state workforce development policy for individuals with disabilities on behalf of the New Jersey Governor’s Office, culminating in a public report she co-authored. During this time, she also interned at the State of New Jersey Office of Clean Energy where she contributed to clean energy policy development for the state. In this role, she served on the team tasked with developing the Straw Proposal for New Jersey’s Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Reduction Programs to implement statutorily mandated reductions in electric and natural gas usage, approved by the Board of Public Utilities in 2020.
A longtime resident of Buffalo, New York, Gallagher has held positions at the City of Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency, the Land Conservancy of Western New York, and Ecology and Environment, Inc. She is a member of the Pi Alpha Alpha national honor society for students of public administration and holds a Bachelor of Arts in geography from the State University of New York College at Geneseo.