Keltin Jordan ’14 is a Supply Chain Management major within the Mays Business School from Huntsville, Texas, and is the son of Quentin and Brenita Jordan. Keltin serves as the Global Initiatives and Diversity Officer on Corps Staff – the first to fill this new position – for the 2013 – 2014 school year.

Active within the Corps, Keltin is a B-Company Streetfighter in the Aggie Band and plays alto saxophone. He is a member of the Cultural Awareness & Diversity Expansion Team (C.A.D.E.T.) and participated in the Corps Global Initiatives Excursion to China and Taiwan at the end of the 2013 spring semester.

Outside the Corps, Keltin is a member of the Future Former Students Association (FFSA) and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and serves as a student worker in the Texas A&M Board of Regents office. He also serves on the executive staff of the Texas A&M MEDALS program, which focuses on issues relevant to underrepresented high school student populations, and informs them about opportunities, available resources and the associated processes for being accepted and funding post-high school education.

Keltin was accepted into the INROADS internship program two years ago, completing two summer internships with Lockheed Martin in Dallas. He was named the 2012 INROADS new intern of the year and the INROADS South Central intern of the year in 2013. Keltin also served as the 2013 INROADS ISA President for the Dallas area, leading a seven-member executive team tasked to strategize and plan summer events for a 175-member intern class This unique experience with Lockheed Martin has led to a full-time offer with their Operations Leadership & Development Program – a two-year rotational program throughout Lockheed Martin business units and upper-level leadership.

Upon Graduation in May 2014, Keltin will work full-time for Lockheed Martin while pursuing his MBA.

Keltin has been a natural leader throughout his time with the Corps and at Texas A&M. He has been a leader in all that he has done in the Corps, and has never hesitated to step-up to a challenge and take on the tough tasks. He has done a remarkable job as our first Global Initiatives and Diversity Officer on Corps Staff, and has been an active participant in our C.A.D.E.T. program and the Aggie Band. His success as an intern with Lockheed Martin is just another testament to his dedication, his education, his leadership capabilities and future potential. Keltin embodies all that we want in a young professional, and I am very proud of all that he has accomplished during his time in the Corps of Cadets. I firmly believe that Keltin is going to make a big impact at Lockheed Martin and will succeed at whatever he chooses to do throughout his life.