December 7, 2015
Power Players: Visionaries

David Jordan

As if running the largest nonprofit in Central Massachusetts wasn't enough for him, if you blink too long, David Jordan will likely have acquired a new role in the community, shaping the region with some new responsibilities.

The Seven Hills Foundation president and CEO has served in the role since 1995, managing more than 160 locations, 3,600 professional and support staff, and an annual operating budget of $165 million.

In addition to that day job, Jordan finds time to teach at Clark University and sit on the board at Becker College, where he recently became the school's first Professor of Practice in Social Innovation.

Jordan holds continuing influence in the community, not only through Seven Hills but the young minds he molds and the sway he has in all the organizations he works with.

Read about other Central Massachusetts Power Players

Change Agents: Executives bringing their organizations to new heights

Visionaries: Forward thinkers pushing to realize the promises of the future

Politicos: Public officials leveraging their positions to further business development

Fresh Faces: Newcomers to Central Massachusetts with refreshing perspectives and ideas

Inner Circle: Long-time players who continue to have a significant role in new developments


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