Jordan CEO and President stated that this will give Genesis VII, Inc. one more
tool in its arsenal of services that will bring about new opportunities for the
company and itís employees. Stay tuned for updates on winning bids that will
occur because of this license.
Genesis VII is working closely with the general contractor at Port Canaveral in
Cape Canaveral, Florida, supporting the new Cruise Terminal 6 construction.
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-- Meet the President &
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Karen D. Jordan
Vice President-Mission Assurance
Karen D. Jordan is the Vice-President of Genesis
VII, an Engineering, Logistics and Construction Services company. It is an SDB,
MBE and DBE certified minority-owned company. Located in Titusville, FL, this
company was established in 1989 with average revenues in excess of $6M annually.
Prior to Karen becoming the Vice President of Genesis VII in 2011, Karen held
the position of a configuration management analyst for the prime contractor on
the United States Space Shuttle Program. Her responsibilities included Managing,
and processing data of parts and hardware for correct configuration of Americaís
Space Shuttles. She formulated and provided status reports to upper management
and engineers, created desk instructions, researched and provided vital
historical information to customers, supported and participated in staff
meetings, promoted safety walk-downs and attended safety meetings,
Karen graduated in 2009 from Barry University with a Bachelorís degree in
Professional Administration (Summa Cum Laude)
Karenís civic experience includes board member for North Brevard Charities,
Auxiliary Volunteer with Parrish Medical Center and Sunday School Teacher at her
Church-New Life Christian Center.
Karen and her husband Robert, of 32 years reside in Titusville, FL, and have two
children, Robert III, 28, and Kristina, 18, a Freshman at the University of