Jordan Willow Evans is a policy analyst, advocate, and writer living in Goffstown, New Hampshire. Jordan is the treasurer of MassEquality and on the board of the Libertarian Policy Foundation. She explores trans identity and social issues from a libertarian perspective and has appeared on ABC News, BNT 1, Sky News, VICE World News, and RT, among others. In addition, she’s written articles exploring similar topics in the Telegram & Gazette, CommonWealth Magazine, Houston Chronicle, Advocate, and Kansas City Star.
She is originally from Charlton, Massachusetts, where she served seven years as an elected library trustee and six years as a constable. She additionally served two terms on the Dudley-Charlton Regional School Committee. Jordan has appeared in Represent: The Woman’s Guide to Running for Office and Changing the World. The Worcester Historial Museum also featured her in its 2021 exhibit PRETTY POWERFUL: 100 Years of Voting & Style. She received the 2019 Safe Homes People of Courage Award for Public Service in recognition of her community advocacy in Central Massachusetts.
Jordan previously worked with Log Cabin Republicans and the Massachusetts Yes on 3 Coalition. She co-authored “Transgender Student Safety and Equality For All Students” with Log Cabin Republicans and met with DOE officials to discuss equal opportunity access for transgender students in public schools. As a local inclusion advocate, Jordan organized Colors, a support group for LGBTQ+ members of the disability community through Seven Hills Family Services from 2017 to 2019. She also served as the 2016 board president for the former Boston-based Butterfly Music Transgender Chorus.