Jordan is passionate about the people and cultures of the world and entrepreneurship. Throughout high school Jordan played soccer, was vice president of investment club and lived in DC for a semester at the School for Ethics and Global Leadership where he studied international relations and even presented a Policy Document on US Drone Policy in Yemen to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations, among others in the Defense Department. Jordan hopes this year will test all of his limits and help him gain a better understanding of the world and a clear focus before college. His favorite quote is, "Be humble for you are made of earth. Be noble for you are made of stars".
Let me set the scene. You’re 18. You have a dog. You killed that 5th grade state capital test seven years ago You’ve had 5 Jobs You’re a hard worker You broke your arm in 3rd grade You got steady grades throughout school And everyone knows about that time you saved david down the street….
04 April, 2016
“Put on a coat Jordan, it’s going to rain” Rolling off his tongue in a sure and steady Lebanese accent, the phrase was meant as a joke by a man who had been the fascination of our group during training session one. He had the ability to tell fascinating stories, teach lessons and leave just enough mystery to enthrall us…
03 March, 2016
I’m walking down the street in the process of running away from school for a year. The street is like any other street in Pune, India. Filled with motorcycles, rickshaws, 3 cows, and a guy called Jai who decided that this is the perfect day for a mid afternoon stroll with a complete lack of clothing. You go Glen…
27 November, 2015
The Indian subcontinent, with its vast collective of peoples and rich history, has always been one of the epicenters of humanities search for the spiritual. From before the pyramids charas was a common drug used in northern Indian regions for religious and medicinal purposes. As civilization sprouted so did in this fertile land the discovery of many modern world…
21 November, 2015