Jordan Green, President of the Melbourne Angels & Victorian State Chairman of the National Executive Committee of the Pearcey Foundation, Australia.

Jordan collaborates to change the world by using bleeding edge technology to enable people to solve real world problems. In 40+ years in strategic governance roles Jordan fosters creative disruption to change people’s lives. He remains excited and engaged, using his unusual skills for thought-leadership to help others understand their potential and see opportunities for positive change.
Engineer, executive, founder, director and investor for over 40 years Jordan has helped start, build and grow technology-based ventures in Australia, Europe, Asia and the USA. Combining his own learning with the wisdom of colleagues from around the world, Jordan has guided thousands of aspiring investors and entrepreneurs on four continents and quite a few islands too.
An internationally sought after thought leader, author and speaker for early-stage ecosystems, Jordan is active as an Angel investor, company director, educational instructor and public speaker. He initiated and led the organised Angel investor community in Australia and is an adviser to governments developing Angel ecosystems.
Jordan is a Silicon Valley software veteran, co-founder of a top performing VC fund in Australia, co-founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Australian Association of Angel Investors (AAAI), Founder/President of investor group, Melbourne Angels Inc, Trustee of the Angel Resource Institute (USA), Chairman of the Asian Business Angel Forum, served on the SME Special Interest Committee for the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and a longstanding member of an Industry Advisory Group for the University of Melbourne where he is an Honorary Fellow.
Jordan is an AAAI Fellow, AICD Graduate, University of Melbourne Honorary Fellow, IEEE Senior Member and Chartered Professional Engineer with a Bachelor in Electronics Engineering (RMIT), an MBA (Melbourne Business School), post-graduate qualifications in Governance, Marketing, Strategy, Innovation and Product Development and postgraduate research as a biomedical engineering fellow at the Technion (Israel)..