Jordan Walker, your UCP candidate for Sherwood Park

Personal

Jordan is 35 years old and he and his wife Shizuko live in Sherwood Park.

Jordan was born in Prince Edward Island and came to Alberta as a young adult seeking hope and opportunity, seeing Alberta as the ultimate opportunity society.

Jordan has Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees, with focuses in political science, history and international relations. He loves to read, watch movies and sports, and spend time with Shizuko and his Australian cattle dog Kai. Jordan also spent one year overseas in Japan over a decade ago as an ESL teacher. Jordan speaks basic-level Japanese. He is passionate about international relations and believes Alberta must be deeply engaged throughout the world to achieve its full potential.

Professional

Jordan’s career includes both private and public sector experience. He is now a proud public servant, having worked for over seven years in the public sector. He works in the fields of international credential assessment, immigration and labour mobility.

He has worked in a number of areas. During his public service career, he has also been involved in research and policy development. Jordan is very passionate about serving Albertans, including new Albertans and helping them integrate.

Political Involvement

Jordan began his active involvement in conservative politics in his community when he joined the Sherwood Park Wildrose Constituency Association as a board member in 2015 and served until its dissolution.

Jordan was an early supporter and champion for the movement to unite Alberta conservatives in 2017. He organized for the unity movement and brought many new people into the United Conservative Party. Additionally, he supported and organized for Jason Kenney’s successful leadership campaign, organizing and mobilizing support for Jason in new Albertan communities in Sherwood Park and Edmonton.

Jordan also served as a lead local area organizer for Andrew Scheer’s successful leadership campaign for the Conservative Party of Canada in 2017.