ABOUT THE LEADERSHIP TEAM.
J&P Consulting Group is owned and operated by Mariann Jordan and Nina Monique Page, two smart seasoned business executives who have over 25 years of experience in nonprofit and small business sector.
They also have hired the best in the field to support small business development, nonprofits, organizational structuring/ restructuring, strategic planning, grant development, staff training, coaching and much more. With a proven track record of finding solutions to increase the top line and decrease expenses, J & P Consulting Group will find solutions to move your business forward.
Principal Owner & Consultant
Mariann Jordan is currently the Joint Owner and Principal Consultant at J & P Consulting Group LLC. She is also the Chief Operating Officer of Ann Tee’s Senior Resource and Referral Services. Mrs. Jordan started her career in social services at the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) as a Child Care Specialist. After being laid off from DCFS in 1991; she joined Jane Addams Hull House Association (JAHHA) in February 1991 where she wore many hats including Consultant, Family Development Worker, Trainer, Facilitator, Coordinator, Program Director and Senior Director of Family Works. In 2006, she was appointed (JAHHA) Senior Director of Economic Development and Support Programs to support the North Region of Chicago. Under her leadership role, Mrs. Jordan managed a team of 10 managers, 60+ staff and a $6+ million-dollar budget.
Her department was responsible for providing services to well over 6,000 individuals and families through workforce development, lease compliance, employment, training, placement, literacy, career development, youth development, small business development, crisis intervention, violence prevention, family and clinical services. As a passionate leader, Mrs. Jordan has always enjoyed working with the public and helping those individuals who are at a disadvantage. In 2012, Mrs. Jordan joined the leadership team as the Director of Programs at TCA Health where she managed WIC, Outreach and Enrollment for Health Care Coverage, SNAP, the Health & Wellness Collaborative, and HRSA’s Section 330 Public Housing grant.
Her responsibilities include evaluating and addressing the barriers to healthcare services for public housing residents in the Altgeld-Murray community, and working with community organizations. In addition, she routinely collaborates with organizations throughout Chicago and the suburban community to bring robust and creative services to residents. During the same year, Mrs. Jordan opened her first small business, World Business Solutions, a residential and commercial cleaning company. She established the small business with a commitment to bring more jobs back into the City of Chicago and South Suburban community.
Mrs. Jordan is known in the not-for-profit world for being aggressive, innovative, creative, and having the ability to produce well under pressure when faced with complex challenges. She is mission driven, highly skilled, dependable, loyal, proficient, and has the competence to respond to tasks in a timely manner. She has held several appointments including being selected to participate on the advisory committee for the Chicago Housing Authority Jobs Plus Advisory Committee and being selected to the City of Chicago Health Chicago 2.0 Planning Committee for Access to Care. She has an associate degree in Human Services from Kendall College, Dual Bachelor’s/master’s in counseling from Logo’s College and Graduate School and a master’s degree in Human Services Administration from Spertus College and a Leadership Certification in Management from Loyola University.
Nina M. Page
Principal Owner & Consultant
Today, Nina Monique Page is the Joint Owner and Chief Executive Officer of Ann-Tee’s Senior Resource and Referral Services. She is also one of the Principal Owners and Consultants at J & P Consulting Group LLC, and the Director of the Johnston R. Bowman Residences and Senior Services at Rush University Medical Center. A proud native of Chicago Illinois, Nina was born and raised on the south side in the Chatham community. She began her career after attending Kendall College where she studied human services and psychology. Nina knew then that she would have a career working in the field of social services. That passion led her to Misericordia Homes working with children with severe developmental disabilities. From there she worked at the Chicago Department of Children and Family Services as a childcare worker, ending up as a case manager with the Family Reunification Program.
Nina is credited with creating, managing and leading the social service component for several Not-for-Profit organizations including StreetWise Newspaper; Holsten Human Capital Development Service Connector/FamilyWorks Program; Jane Addams Hull House; and currently with Rush University Medical Center. Nina holds a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and Inner-City Studies from Northeastern Illinois University, and a Master’s in Health Services Administration from National Louis University.
Nina Monique Page
Nina has over 25years’ experience as a dedicated social service professional working with seniors and families in some of Chicago’s most economically disadvantaged communities. In addition to being a leader in her field, Nina is also a certified domestic violence advocate and a certified parenting instructor where she conducted parenting classes at Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s Prentice clinic for chemically dependent pregnant and parenting women. Most recently, she became a certified Contract Tracer in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and is currently contracted to work with the Chicago Department of Public Health. Nina is known for her selfless and authentic approach to client engagement as well as her ability to successfully orchestrate conflict resolution. She has consulted with several small and large businesses to successfully develop program improvement plans and secure needed contracts and grants.
Ms. Page has held a host of leadership titles throughout her professional career, Director of Family Works, Director of Senior Services, Lead Consultant, Educator, Principal Owner, and Chief Executive Officer. However, among her numerous professional titles, Nina’s proudest title is mom to one son, Vincent George. Nina Page believes and lives by the Maya Angelou quote “When you learn, teach, when you get, give” That is how she lives her life and what she believes about the work she does.