Reed Cordish, a principal and partner of Baltimore-based real estate developer and entertainment firm Cordish Companies, is set to join President-elect Donald Trump’s team in an administrational role, according to the Jewish Insider.
Cordish, 42, the youngest son of Cordish Companies chairman and CEO David Cordish, is a friend of Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who on Monday was reportedly named senior White House adviser for the incoming president.
Multiple requests to the Cordish Companies seeking comment from Cordish were not returned.
Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, reportedly introduced Cordish to his wife, Maggie Katz. Cordish and Katz tied the knot in 2010, with Kushner and Ivanka attending a ceremony that took place in Baltimore.
On Oct. 14, Maggie and Reed Cordish co-hosted a fundraiser in New York for Trump.
In 1996, Cordish earned his undergraduate degree from Princeton University, where he was awarded the William Roper Award for scholastic and athletic excellence. Before taking up the family business, Cordish was a world-ranked player on the Association of Tennis Professionals Tour.
Cordish resides in Baltimore with Maggie and their two daughters.