Jordan Chillon is a director of Government Relations in Williams Mullen’s Government Relations Group. Jordan provides lobbying, advocacy and government relations services for companies and organizations before Virginia’s legislative and executive branches of government, including state agencies and boards. As a lobbyist, Jordan assists clients in developing legislative advocacy strategies to advance their policy agendas. She helps clients with legislative and policy research, bill tracking, legislative and regulatory committee monitoring and lobbyist and principal compliance. She also assists clients with campaign finance management and reporting.

Jordan Chillon is a director of Government Relations in Williams Mullen’s Government Relations Group. Jordan provides lobbying, advocacy and government relations services for companies and organizations before Virginia’s legislative and executive branches of government, including state agencies and boards.

As a lobbyist, Jordan assists clients in developing legislative advocacy strategies to advance their policy agendas. She helps clients with legislative and policy research, bill tracking, legislative and regulatory committee monitoring and lobbyist and principal compliance. She also assists clients with campaign finance management and reporting.

Jordan serves on the Partners Board for the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP). She is a graduate of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership’s “Political Leaders Program” as a part of the Class of 2019. She also graduated from the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership’s “Emerging Leaders Program” as a part of the Class of 2018.

Prior to joining Williams Mullen, Jordan worked in the office of Senator Rosalyn Dance. She assisted with tracking legislation, constituent services and correspondence and policy research. She was also an intern for U.S. Senator Tim Kaine. She assisted with Immigration casework, constituent services and managing the Academy Nominations with providing briefings on each candidate.

Jordan earned her Bachelor of Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University, where she majored in Homeland Security and Emergency Management. She earned a Master of Business Administration in Project Management from Liberty University