Jordano Medina, a born and raised Floridian, the eldest son of three, and a first generation college graduate. He graduated from Florida State University in Tallahassee during August 2016 with a Bachelors in Philosophy and Creative Writing. During his undergraduate career, he was involved with many sustainable initiatives such as Food Recovery Network, a 501(c) nonprofit organization, which recovers food on campus and delivers it back into the community. He has worked as a field organizer for the Super PAC and C4 organization, For Our Future Action Fund and has experience proofreading policy during the legislative session with the Florida House of Representatives.
He currently serves as an Environmental Management Systems Intern for the City of West Palm Beach, where he works on an array of cross-division projects for the City and ensures that environmental monitoring is top priority for all of the divisions of Public Utilities. Moreover, he serves as a volunteer for Red Tide Offshore Monitoring Program through Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and is a member of Florida Association of Environmental Professionals. During his free time, he is either cooking vegetarian meals, riding his mountain bike or climbing some walls at the local rock gym.