Jordan Bateman is the BC Communications Director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, a non-partisan organization dedicated to advancing the cause of lower taxes and smaller government.
Jordan previously served for six years as an elected Township Councillor in Langley, BC, a growing community of more than 100,000 people. His work with the Township included serving on the community's Economic Development Commission, Tourism Langley, and the Fraser Vallery Regional Library Board. After winning two elections, including topping the polls in 2008, Jordan resigned from Council in 2011 to take on his role with the CTF.
A trained journalist, Jordan has ghostwritten and edited more than 125 books over the past decade for Christian, political, business, charity and other clients. He has also had hundreds of articles published in various magazines and newspapers.
Jordan and his wife Jennifer are both licensed wedding officiants, having married more than 200 couples. They have three children--Indiana, Danica and Jackson--and live in Langley. Jordan also serves on the boards of the Springbrook Church Society (president), Sheppard Ministries Society (treasurer), and PUCKS.