H. Jordan Moseley (2019)
H. Jordan Moseley is a student in the John Glenn College of Public Affairs, where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in public management, leadership and policy, with a specialization in education policy and a minor in business. He is the second undergraduate student trustee in Ohio State's history to have voting privileges as a full member of the Board of Trustees.
As chair of the Balanced Man Success Series for the Ohio Gamma chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Mr. Moseley creates developmental opportunities for his fraternity brothers in cooperation with Ohio State’s First Year Experience office. Additionally, he volunteers in a fifth-grade urban classroom for the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP Columbus), and participates in the competitive Buckeye Leadership Fellows program.
In his ongoing work as an intern for the iBELIEVE Foundation, Mr. Moseley exemplifies the success of iBELIEVE’s mission to empower Appalachian youth. He recently concluded a philanthropy internship at State Farm, as well as a term on the State Farm Youth Advisory Board, where he helped to allocate $4 million in service-learning grants to youth-led initiatives across the United States.
Mr. Moseley graduated from Alexander High School in Albany, Athens County, Ohio.
Appointed by: Gov. John R. Kasich
Term: 05/30/2017 – 05/13/2019