Jordana L. Jarjura is Vice President and General Counsel of Menin Development, Inc. Menin Development provides acquisition, development, re-development, leasing and property management services for ‘Class A’ retail and mixed-use properties across the United States. Headquartered in Delray Beach, Menin Development has acquired and developed in excess of $1 billion of property in South Florida, Phoenix, New Orleans and throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. Before joining Menin, Jordana was General Counsel for a leading South Florida construction company. Prior to that, Jordana’s private practice focused on government affairs, development entitlements, and land use/zoning appeals. She has found that the combination of knowledgeable lobbying with a mindful eye on litigation is very effective in seeking and preserving development rights. Jordana is the former Vice Mayor of the City of Delray Beach. She also served on the Palm Beach County MPO and the PBC State Attorney’s Sober Homes Task Force. Currently, Jordana sits on the Boards of Bound for College, a non-profit that focuses on standardized testing college prep for high school students in Delray Beach, and the Crockett Foundation, a non-profit that focuses on educational enhancement programs for middle school students in Broward County. Jordana has a B.A. from the University of Florida, a JD from Pepperdine University’s School of Law, and a MBA from the Graziadio School of Business and Management.