Jordan graduated magna cum laude from Gordon College with a B.A. in Culture and Political Philosophy. Bellamy received various distinctions during her time at Gordon College, most notably she received the President’s Leadership Award which is given to one student in the graduating class, and received an award for her academic performance on her thesis from the University of Oxford, Scholarship and Christianity In Oxford Program on the role of algorithmic decision-making software in the U.S. criminal justice system.
Bellamy was born and raised in Washington, DC and has interned at the Maryland House of Delegates with former Delegate now Senator Mary-Beth Carozza (MD-R), the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) working in the Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations (CIR), and at Environment America. She has also served as a student executive council member for the American Enterprise Institute and was the Editor-In-Chief of Gordon College’s Academic Journal, Princemere. She has also published research on the efficacy of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program with a Washington, DC-based think-tank, the Center For Public Justice.
Bellamy currently works as the special projects coordinator for the Bellamy Genn Group. Bellamy brings a diverse background in domestic policy and business development and engages and works well with individuals and institutions with diverse political, business, and cultural views.