Charrisse Jackson-Jordan is best known for her appearance on the reality TV series The Real Housewives of Potomac. She made her debut on the Bravo reality series’ first episode in January 2016. Also she is an American reality television personality and philanthropic socialite based in Potomac, Maryland.
Charrisse Jackson-Jordan’s Career
Upon completing college, she began teaching elementary and high school in her hometown. During her tenure as President of Behind the Bench, National Basketball Wives Association, Charrisse played an integral role in raising millions of dollars for charity and nonprofit organizations including, Knock Out Abuse Against Women, Men Against Breast Cancer, and N Street Village.
Charrisse Jackson-Jordan’s Personal Life
During her teaching career, she met her former husband, retired NBA guard Eddie Jordan, and the two relocated to Sacramento, California. Charrisse and her husband Jordan were in a harmonious marriage for almost 20 years, until she decided to become part of “The Real Housewives of Potomac.” The wedding ceremony happened in New Jersey in 1997, while Eddie was a head coach of the Sacramento Kings. The past few years have been challenging living separate as Charrisse worked diligently to keep her family unit together.Eddie currently resides in New Jersey while Charrisse and the children live in Potomac.
Unknown Facts About Charrisse Jackson-Jordan
- In 2014, she won the D.C. Dancing Stars charity competition.
- She has two children, a son named Jackson and a daughter named Skylar
- Charrisse was born the youngest of eight children in Somerset, New Jersey.
- She graduated from Morgan State University with a degree in communications.
Relationship status of Charrisse Jackson-Jordan
Charrisse Jackson-Jordan Biography
|Real Name||Charrisse Jackson-Jordan|
|Date of Birth||16 July 1965|
|Father Name||Yet to be updated|
|Mother Name||Yet to be updated|
|Height||Yet to be updated|
|Weight||Yet to be updated|
|Zodiac Sign / Sun Sign||Cancer|
|Educational Qualification||Graduated from Morgan State University|
|Hometown||Somerset, New Jersey, USA|
|Current City||Potomac, Maryland|