Elise Jordan Biography
Birthday: June 22, 1990 (Cancer)
Born In: Holly Springs, Mississippi, United States
Catherine Elise Jordan is an American journalist, NBC News/MSNBC political analyst, and podcaster. She makes regular appearances on the NBC News show ‘Weekend Today’ as well as the MSNBC show ‘Morning Joe’. She also co-hosted the popular centre-right podcast ‘Words Matter’. A native of Mississippi, Jordan developed a keen interest in journalism quite early in her life. After graduating from high school, she attended Yale University, from where she earned her degree in history in 2004. She subsequently embarked on her professional career. Her first job was as a researcher at the White House. Later, she started writing articles and columns for The Daily Beast and the Time magazine. In 2008, she joined the United States National Security Council, serving as one of the directors of communications and a presidential speechwriter. One of her earliest television appearances was on the talk show ‘Red Eye with Tom Shillue’. Between 2011 and 2014, she was featured on ‘Hannity’. She has also served as a correspondent and panellist of MSNBC’s ‘Deadline: White House’. Since 2016, she has been a political analyst on ‘Weekend Today’ and a contributor on ‘Morning Joe’.