Rep. Ratcliffe hires Wounded Warrior Fellow to district staff
Army veteran, Charles Jordan, will continue service in Texarkana office
Texarkana, TX, July 20, 2018
Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) announced today the hire of Wounded Warrior Fellow, Charles Jordan. After two years of service in Ratcliffe’s Texarkana office through the Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program, Jordan will join the staff as a full-time constituent services representative, handling the majority of casework for the region.
“I am humbled and encouraged by the faith and trust that Congressman Ratcliffe has shown. It is a privilege to continue the work of making our area and our nation a better place. Congressman Ratcliffe has been a great guide and mentor for public service, and I hope to maintain the standard,” Jordan said.
As a constituent services representative, Jordan will process a broad range of casework requests, including those for veterans and service members who need assistance navigating federal government agencies.
Prior to joining Ratcliffe’s staff, Jordan served in Operation Iraqi Freedom III from 2006 to 2007. He then served as a Military Technician for the DoD-USARC from 2009 to 2016. He was also deployed in support of Task Force Rita and Task Force Katrina. He said he felt called to join the military following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Jordan has lived in the Texarkana area for 17 years with his wife and five children where he serves the community through his involvement with his church, the Randy Sam’s Homeless Shelter and prison ministry.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University-Texarkana, an associate degree from Anchor Theological Seminary & Bible Institute, and a master’s degree in instructional technology from Texas A&M-Texarkana.