Jordan Burns

Jordan Burns


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Jordan Burns's areas of expertise include natural hazard risk modeling, mapping, mitigation planning, stakeholder engagement, and communicating technical information to decision makers. Jordan focuses on helping communities quantify and communicate the benefits of energy resilience. She joined NREL after spending several years as a risk analyst and project manager for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. 

Research Interests

Quantifying the social and economic benefits of resilience projects and policies

The effect of urban development, climate change, and policy on the creation and mitigation of risk

The relationship between quantitative information, community planning, and policymaking

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Geography, University of Arkansas

Bachelor, Earth Science, University of Arkansas


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