Name: Jordan Granger
Concept: Bank Teller
Intelligence 4 (Calculating)
Linguistics: 2 (English; Creole, Spanish)
BP (21): Willpower 5 (6), Finance 3 (2), Int 4 (5), Dodge 2 (2), Subterfuge 3 (4), Computer 3 (2)
Applicant Name: Jordan Elizabeth Granger
Date of Birth: February 13th, 1980
Place of Birth: New Orleans, LA
Marriage Status: Single
Positions Desired: Assistant Manager
High school – De La Salle High School, New Orleans
Years Attended: 1994-1998
Bachelors – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Years Attended: 1998-2001
Degree(s): Business, Economics
Masters – University of Pennsylvania at Wharton
Years Attended: 2001-2004
Job Experience: Internship at Bank of America (Boston) 1999-2001, Assistant Manager at Bank of America (Philadelphia) 2002-2003
Family: Denise Granger (Mother, 45); Joseph Granger (Father, deceased at 37); Julia Morrow (Sister, 25)
Tell us about yourself (space is provided on the back if needed):
I was born in New Orleans and spent most of my life growing up in the French Quarter with my younger sister Julia; we didn’t see Dad much because of his job as a lawyer for The Cochran Firm here in New Orleans. He died in a car crash when I was eleven; Mom did the best she could supporting the two of us with a teaching job at De La Salle High. Most of what I remember from my childhood was sitting in Jackson Square, watching the people go by and making little notes about them. I’d get little pictures in my head as I imagined what their lives were like and then write little stories about them. Julia and I got along pretty well for the most part; she was the more adventurous of the two of us while I preferred to people-watch or read books.
I went to MIT after high school, going for a business major. I kept writing my little stories about the students and teacher I saw walking by; according to my friends there, some of them were eerily similar to what the person was actually like. When I found that out, I was a little nervous and stopped writing for the most part; I would still get pictures from people, though. Barring that, my time at MIT was pretty average; while I was there, I did a two-year internship at the Bank of America headquarters in Boston. After a summer in Rome, I went into my masters program at University of Pennsylvania at Wharton. While in Philadelphia, I was hired as an Assistant Manager at one of the Bank of America branches there after one of the guest lecturers in my class heard me speaking about her and said that I had an “excellent insight into people”. I worked there for a year, then finished my masters.
I returned to New Orleans this past year, but soon after I got into an argument with Julia about the guy she was marrying. We haven’t talked since then, although I’ve tried to reconnect with her.