|Position:||University of Nebraska Athletics|
|Other Position:||Director of Life Skills Coordinator|
Jordan Wilson enters her fifth year at Nebraska as Assistant Director of Life Skills in 2016-17 after serving as a Life Skills Coordinator for two years and a Life Skills Assistant for nearly two years prior. Wilson serves as the Life Skills sport counselor for men’s and women’s basketball, football, men’s gymnastics, rifle and swimming & diving. She also serves as the staff advisor for Nebraska’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), a recognized student organization that meets bi-weekly and serves as the voice of all Husker student-athletes and their welfare. Wilson oversees the Life Skills Team Competition and the Tom Osborne and Brook Berringer Citizenship Teams. Additionally, she is responsible for coordinating the Student-Athlete Involvement Fair and the annual Athletics Department service abroad trip NoFilter. She also assists with the Husker Life Seminar, all N Club activities and the planning and coordination of the Student-Athlete Recognition Banquet A Night at the Lied.
A native of Los Angeles, Wilson is a Nebraska alum who earned her bachelor’s degree in hospitality, restaurant & tourism management, as well as a minor in leadership & communication.
As a student at UNL, Wilson was actively involved as a New Student Enrollment Orientation Leader & Student Staff, a CEHS Student Ambassador, ASUN Elected Senator, Community Resident Assistant and was a member of the 2012 Homecoming Court Royalty.