Chase Jordan is a Senior Associate in Malk’s ESG transactional advisory practice. Prior to joining Malk, he served as a strategy consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton. While at Booz Mr. Jordan supported a portfolio of complex business transformation initiatives across a wide range of federal, public, and private-sector organizations. Additionally, he helped create new internal business capabilities in the areas of Finance and Human Capital. Chase drives organizational performance through rigorous data-driven approaches such as, conjoint analyses and multi-variable regression analyses. He uses disciplined methodologies including design thinking and journey mapping to ensure optimal solution design. He excels at multi-year enterprise strategic planning, cost reduction / profitability improvement, go-to market strategy, governance, and business model re-design. Mr. Jordan led and supported client projects such as:
- Enterprise cost transformation for a renewable energy utility company that sought to take out $25M of recurring operating costs over 5 years
- Macro-economic analysis for a GCC sovereign wealth fund to inform trade negotiations and sector/private investment
- KPI defining for a multi-year planning migration and executive dashboard for a Fortune 500 professional services company
Chase graduated from the College of William & Mary with a B.A. in Government and significant studies in Finance and Economics.
Outside of work Mr. Jordan serves as a pension trustee for the University Club of Washington, DC where he oversees investment allocation for both a defined benefits and defined contribution plan. Additionally, Chase serves as an executive member of the Young Guarde Council for the College of William & Mary, his alma mater. In his free time, he enjoys playing squash and golf.