Councilwoman Annette Jordan


Councilwoman Annette Jordan



Councilwoman Annette Jordan after raising her family in Freehold Borough is now completing her first term on Borough Council.


Annetteā€™s passion is community service. She served on the Freehold Borough Board of Education, including six years as president, and as a council member she works directly with the Downtown Freehold business development group, the Freehold Borough Library Trustees, the Freehold Board of Health, the Freehold Borough Participatory Budgeting Committee and she sits on the council's Finance and Public Safety Committees. She was the Council President for 2021.


Annette also volunteers for the Freehold Food Safety Committee, Freehold Municipal Alliance to Prevent Substance Abuse, Neighborhood Connections to Health, CASA Freehold, and the Olde Freehold Day and Spooktacular town festivals.


Annette is a recipient of the John G. McGackin Renaissance Award for contributions to the community. She's a former youth soccer and baseball coach and has lived in the borough for over 30 years with her husband Bob Jordan, Northeast Deputy Director of Sports for Gannett Inc. Their children, Kassandra and Tyler, are both graduates of Freehold Borough public schools and have degrees from Rutgers University. Kassandra is also graduate of Columbia Law and works for a Manhattan law firm and Tyler is a member of the Freehold Borough Board of Education and is pursuing his master's in education from Montclair State University. Annette worked 19 years in sales management at Gannett Inc.