Edwina L. Jones, BS, MBA, PharmD
Edwina graduated from Alabama A&M University with a BS degree in Zoology. Edwina later received her MBA degree from Clark Atlanta University in Marketing and Finance. Edwina then went on to receive her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Mercer University.
Edwina has over 20 years of experience as a pharmacist providing comprehensive drug information. Edwina has served in roles as a retail pharmacist with several chains, a Clinical Pharmacy Manager, Pharmacy Director, and Regional Vice-President of Pharmacy for various managed care organizations. These positions involved providing drug information to customers and recommending utilization management opportunities to clients. Edwina has made her career about educating people whether it was in the classroom, the pharmacy, or in corporate America. This has been the most rewarding aspect of her career. Edwina feels everyone deserves easy access to the information they need to make informed decisions.
Jordan A. Jones, BS
Director, Player Relations
Jordan graduated in December 2019 from the University of West Alabama (UWA) with a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Integrated Marketing Communications with a focus in Sports Broadcasting. Jordan has played a variety of sports since the age of 6 including football, soccer, basketball and track and field. Once Jordan entered high school he focused his athletic skills on football and track and field.
At Mountain View High School in Lawrenceville, Georgia, Jordan played defensive end (DE) recording 119 total tackles (45 solos). His other accolades in high school sports include two-time 2nd team All-County, 2013 6A All-Region 7 team, 2014 1st team Class 6A All-Region 7, two-time Mountain View High School Defensive MVP, 2014 selection to the Gwinnett County All-Star Team, two-time Gwinnett County Touchdown Club Player of the Month, 2014 Offense-Defense All American, and a school record competing in track and field by putting the shot 49.5 feet.
Jordan matriculated to UWA on a football athletic scholarship in 2015. He played bandit, outside linebacker, and DE positions while at UWA. He recorded 211 total tackles (112 solo, 99 assists). Jordan's other accolades at UWA include 7th all-time in Gulf South Conference (GSC) history with 43 tackles for loss of 192 yards, for the 2019 season 2nd in GSC with 4.5 sacks and 14.5 TFL, for the 2019 season 7th in GSC with 65 total tackles, 2019 Preseason All-Conference Defense, 2019 2nd Team All-Conference Defense, 2018 1st Team All-Conference Defense, and 2018 2nd Team All-Super Region 2 Defense.
Jordan has a passion for sports and would like to play it professionally. Jordan identifies with the challenges athletes have with keeping up with sports leagues' drug policies. He is committed to ensuring that athletes are aware of the tremendous benefit of ESP services. After his retirement from playing professional sports, Jordan desires to be a sports broadcast analyst.