Felicia Jordan, MD, MBA, FACP

Dr. Jordan is a native Floridian and attended the University of Florida where she received her B.S. degree in microbiology. She received her medical degree at the University of Miami School of Medicine in 1997 and then moved to the Houston area to complete her training in Internal Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Jordan has been active in the Texas Chapter of the American College of Physicians and served as President of the Chapter as well as President of the Texas ACP Services, the chapter’s advocacy arm. She was also the recipient of the Synder/Chumley Advocate of the Year Award as well as the Decade of Service Award from the General Internal Medicine Statewide Preceptorship Program. She has served on numerous committees for the chapter including Chair of the Health and Public Policy Committee and has served as a judge for the medical students and residents’ competition at the annual meeting for numerous years. She has also been awarded the college’s Leadership Enhancement and Development Certification.

Dr. Jordan has been very active in organized medicine and currently serves on the Board of Medical Legislation for Harris County Medical Society, the Council of Socioeconomics for Texas Medical Association, and the Board of Directors for TEXPAC. She has traveled to Austin and Washington, D.C. several times lobbying for the rights of patients. Dr. Jordan is also a member of The Texas Club of Internists. Despite her many obligations, Dr. Jordan has a strong conviction in the need and responsibility of every individual to give back to their community. She is a life member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and has actively participated in her chapter serving on various committees. She received the distinguished honor and privilege of being selected by the international president to chair the “international Global Initiatives-Special Haiti Project” from 2010-2014 that focused on the staggering rates of maternal and infant mortality. Dr. Jordan also recently became a charter member of the Katy-Richmond (TX) Chapter of The Links Incorporated where she serves as the Co-Chair for the Health and Human Services Committee.

Dr. Jordan lives in Richmond, Texas where she practices with the Kelsey Seybold Clinic and serves as the managing physician at the Katy Clinic. She also serves as chair of the Diabetes Committee. She is married to Perry Jordan and together are proud parents of four-year old twin girls.

Alejandro Moreno, MBBS, MPH, JD, FACP

Dr. Moreno is a physician who graduated from the Instituto de Ciencias de la Salud in Medellín, Colombia, in 1992. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine in 1997 and his fellowship in General Internal Medicine in 2000, both at the Boston University Medical Center. Also, in 2000, Dr. Moreno received a Master of Public Health – Health Law – from the Boston University School of Public Health. He is board re-certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. In 2006, he obtained a law degree from the St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas, and was admitted to practice law the same year.

Dr. Moreno’s main professional interests are medical education, refugees and victims of torture. He has testified on multiple occasions as an expert on cases involving alleged torture or cruel and inhumane treatment. He has also represented, pro-bono, numerous individuals in court and in front of immigration agents.

Dr. Moreno is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians (ACP). He has served as President of the Texas Chapter of the ACP and of the Texas Chapter of the ACP Services and as a member of the ACP Ethics, Professionalism and Human Rights Committee and of the Voluntarism Committee at the national level. In addition to being a speaker at ACP’s national and state conferences, Dr. Moreno has co-chaired twice the Chapter’s annual scientific meeting and the Southwest Texas regional associates meeting. Dr. Moreno was the recipient of ACP’s national Richard Neubauer Advocacy Award in 2006 and of the Texas Chapter’s Snyder/Chumley Advocate Award in 2018. Currently, he is the co-chair of the Health Policy Committee of the Texas Chapter of the ACP Services.