Mississippi’s citizens can play a powerful role in tackling Mississippi’s greatest challenges. From opioid abuse to human trafficking to consumer protection issues, the Attorney General’s Office seeks to empower Mississippians as individuals and through community groups to be a part of the solutions and advance our State’s best interests.
Public Education & Community Engagement (PEACE)
Emelia Nordan is a native of Gulfport, MS. She graduated from the Trent Lott Leadership Institute at the University of Mississippi with a degree in Public Policy Leadership. Emelia has also studied at Konkuk University, Seoul, South Korea, Nelsen Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, and the University of Osnabrück, Osnabrück, Germany.
Emelia currently works for Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch, where she holds the position of Public Education and Community Engagement Division Director. Emelia oversees the daily operations of the consumer mediation team, community engagement specialists, and agency grant submissions. She also manages public awareness and education initiatives for the Attorney General’s Office.
Before joining the Attorney General’s Office, Emelia served as the College Savings and Policy Director for the Mississippi Treasurer’s Office. In addition to managing the two state sponsored College Savings Programs, MPACT and MACS, she also oversaw the Treasurer’s TEAM (Treasurer’s Education About Money) initiative which focused on financial literacy for all Mississippians.
Emelia previously served on the Board of the MS Council on Economic Education, the executive committee of the Distinguished Young Woman Program, and is currently a member of the Junior League of Jackson. Emelia and her husband Trey have a three-year-old daughter, Virginia-Pearl, a one-year-old daughter, Charlotte-Anne, and a baby boy scheduled to arrive soon. Emelia and her family attend Highlands Presbyterian Church in Ridgeland, MS.