Jordan Hartley, MHP
Tobacco Strategist I

As a tobacco strategist, Jordan supports KDHRC’s contributions to the National Youth Anti-Tobacco media campaign, supporting the design and execution of internal research projects and documenting scientific justification for creative executions.

Jordan Hartley graduated from Georgia State University with a B.S in psychology and recently received her M.P.H from Rollins School of Public Health with a concentration in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education. Prior to joining KDHRC, Jordan worked as a Research Project Coordinator at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the Human Factors and Aging Lab. She has extensive experience managing and conducting research examining aging and technology acceptance.