Tom Jordan is a multiple Emmy, Edward R. Murrow, and AP award winning journalist, serving as a news anchor and reporter in various regions of the country. He has spent the past eight years in Detroit – a place he now considers home-for-life. Tom has also worked as a TV news anchor in San Diego, Palm Springs, and Washington state.
In his more than two-decade career, Tom has covered a variety of stories: multiple presidential campaigns; historic wildfires; on-site coverage for NBC News on the death of former president Gerald Ford; the Olympics; the US economy, and many more. His Emmy wins include his day-of anchoring coverage of the September 11 terrorist attacks and the subsequent invasion of Afghanistan. He was also awarded an Emmy for best coverage of devastating California wildfires, an Edward R. Murrow award in 2015 for best newscast, and Associated Press awards for a variety of special reports.
Tom is married to his wife of more than 25 years and has four children. He has been actively involved a number charities and also serves to meet real felt-needs – locally and internationally – through his partnerships and his church.
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