Jordan Warlick is a Policy Advisor at the U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe.
Jordan Warlick joined the Helsinki Commission staff in 2016 and serves as the policy advisor for the countries of the Visegrád Four: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia. She also covers media freedom, women’s and gender issues, and youth throughout the OSCE region.
Jordan has considerable experience advising and staffing Members of Congress; representing the U.S. Government in international settings; acting as a liaison with the State Department, international organizations, and advocacy groups; organizing major, international Congressional delegation visits, including to Ukraine in May 2023; planning Congressional hearings and events; and writing statements, memos, talking points, and policy articles for publications like The Hill.
Previously, Jordan served as Office Director for the Helsinki Commission, where she managed overall operations and budget for the Commission; coordinated major hearings, briefings, and events; led international travel coordination; and managed junior staff, fellows, and interns.
Jordan graduated with a Master of Arts in Defense and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College in June 2022. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations, specializing in Russia and Eastern Europe regional studies. She has lived in a number of countries across the OSCE region including Serbia, Bulgaria, Russia, and Germany. She is proficient in French.