Jordan Dixon is chief policy and regulatory officer for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. As CPRO, she oversees the offices of Transformation and Innovation; Policy and Rules; Data, Analytics and Performance; Compliance and Quality Control; and the Regulatory Services division.
Previously, Dixon served as deputy executive commissioner for the Office of Transformation and Innovation for almost four years. In this role, she established an internal consultancy for business process improvement and change management.
Before joining HHSC, Dixon served for four years as director of the Texas Senate Committee on Health and Human Services, where she led budget development and crafted the committee chairman’s legislative package. In 2017, she led efforts to identify inefficiencies and savings opportunities in health care across six state agencies. She also served as the committee's deputy director and senior policy analyst.
Before working in the state Senate, Dixon worked for the National Association of State Budget Officers in Washington, D.C., as a policy associate focusing on health care and correctional policies.
Dixon has a Master of Public Policy from the George Washington University and a Bachelor of Art in Economics from Southwestern University.
She is a graduate of the Governor's Executive Development Program, a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt professional and a mentor in the HHS Executive Leadership Academy.