Born and raised in Illinois, Jordan Matyas’ diverse career has spanned more than two decades, from his positions in the Clinton White House to his time with the State of Illinois as both Assistant Counsel to the Speaker of the House and as the financial regulator at the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulations. Jordan has worked at the local level including serving as Chief of Staff at the Regional Transportation Authority and in the City of Chicago Law Department. His experience with administrative law has given him a unique angle in assisting with regulatory issues, enforcement actions, and investigations. Mr. Matyas is also a registered State and City lobbyist, working with clients on government relations, legislation, policy, and other aspects of public affairs.Mr. Matyas graduated from the John Marshall Law School in 2004.
He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at the George Washington University in 2001, where he majored in public policy. Mr. Matyas currently serves as a member of the Old Town Triangle Association, and as the founder and co-director of the Illinois English Bulldog Rescue.