Lodestone Global's team has extensive boardroom experience in public, private and non-profit environments.
As a senior business leader and marketing executive, Jordan brings a dynamic background in driving results for a wide range of organizations, from startups to leading global brands. He excels at providing vision and direction for businesses and non-profit firms, creating marketing partnerships between small companies and the Fortune 100, and consistently reaching strategic goals on a level that has redefined what is possible for multiple organizations.
Jordan is currently the Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Community Foundation of NJ. From creative projects that tackle critical societal or policy issues to scholarship funds, corporate philanthropy, legacy funds and donor advised funds, the Community Foundation manages nearly every kind of giving vehicle and tailors solutions to meet critical needs.
Jordan Glatt was the President and CEO of Magla Products for 18 years, a $90 million, nationally recognized household consumer products Company, selling to all classes of trade. During his tenure Jordan restructured Magla from a largely domestic manufacturing company, selling under its own brand, to a Far East based manufacturing enterprise, marketing under some of the country’s most iconic brands. Jordan’s strengths include his innate marketing sense, unique problem solving abilities, and his understanding that sometimes the simplest solution is the best. Under Jordan’s leadership, Magla’s successfully established innovative licensing agreements with major consumer product companies selling products under brands including Stanley, Black and Decker, Mr. Clean (P&G), American Red Cross and Williamson Dickies.
Jordan currently sits on several boards including The Diesco group, a Lodestone client, that won 2017 Private Company Advisory Board Of The Year award given by Private Company Director, Directors and Boards and Family Business magazines. Jordan also is an Advisor for AdviosryCloud, the leading cloud advisor service.
Volunteerism is an important part of Jordan’s life. In January 2012 he completed his second term as Mayor of Summit, NJ, having been elected in this second term with over 60% of the popular vote. A nod to his strength in coalition building and marketing, Jordan was the first of his party to win an election in the 100+ year history of the city. Jordan previously served as a Councilman at Large, launched the Mayor’s Partnership for Technology in Summit public schools in 1995 and founded First Night Summit in 1993. Jordan maintains an active presence within state and local government, to support business and economic policy. He also serves small family businesses, as a speaker and dedicated resource.
Jordan holds a Bachelor of Arts from Drew University, where he was a trustee for many years.