Until recently, Greg Jordan served King University in Bristol, Tennessee, as its president and chief executive officer. Over the course of his tenure, he achieved a number of milestones, including the successful implementation of the largest expansion program the school ever conducted. In addition, Greg Jordan helped King University transition from being an institution that only offered baccalaureate degrees to one that offered doctoral degrees. In fact, the university now encompasses seven schools that all together grant the doctor of nursing practice, masters of education, masters of business administration, and bachelor and associate degrees, among others.
Beyond his administrative career at King University, Greg Jordan has contributed to the scholarly study of history and theology. For instance, he presented a paper entitled “Patriarchal Customs and the Nuzi Archive: A Reassessment” at the Annual Meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research and the Southeast Regional Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. In his private life, Greg Jordan enjoys reading widely about subjects ranging from modern neuroscience and genomics to ancient near eastern history, literature and archaeology.