UTRGV Alumni and Portugal Professional Basketball Player Jordan Jackson talks about his time around basketball growing up, in college and now his new opportunity playing professionally in Portugal. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kasey-van-etten2/support
My friend Jordan Jackson (who shared his story in episode 246) joins us to talk about his new LGBTQ resource guide, LGBTQUT.com. Jordan talks about how the guide helps connect LGBTQ individuals, parents with LGBTQ children, and allies to resources in Utah—something Jordan wishes he had 4 years ago when we came out. Please listen to this podcast and check out LGBTQUT.com. Thank you Jordan for being on the podcast and all the good you do to bring us together.
PORCH HANGS PODCAST with Amy Violette. This week Amy and Jordan Jackson reminisce about music, The "Queen of Rockabilly" Ms. Wanda Jackson (Jordan's Grandmother), Elvis, HIGRLMUSIC, Julia Michaels, Grace Askew, Saucy Bean, The L-Word, 'Encore,' The Tumbleweed, songwriting with Lori McKenna, two stepping to Neon Moon, Brooks and Dunn, Leisha Hailey and Kate Moennig, John Mayer, the Pants Podcast, and our mutual girl crush - Rachel Shelley! Follow us on Instagram @porchhangpodcast.Email us: email@example.comJordan's Instagrams: @jordanbreannejackson | @higrlmusic | @wandajacksonofficial Rolling Stone Article: "Wanda Jackson Announces Final Album 'Encore' with Joan Jett"- - -Fun Facts: Jordan is a huge fan of Brooks and Dunn! And will never turn down oysters and martinis with her grandmother!
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This week, the Real Talk with ReZsaun Local Celebrity Spotlight shines on the entrepreneur, Jordan Jackson. Join us as we discuss how he's building a legacy through his business endeavors.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/realtalkwithrezsaun/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realtalkwithrezsaun/support
In this episode of Tech Can't Save Us, CEO and Co-Founder of Literal Humans Paul David talks to Jordan Jackson, the Founder of Black Men's Book Club, a newsletter and app that offers hacked audio summaries of popular books with a focus on the Black community. Jordan currently works full-time as a developer with Quicken Loans in Detroit. His journey into tech was extremely unorthodox--he dropped out of college and eventually fell in with friends who convinced him to take up coding and work on a new product. Jordan and Paul talk about the contours of tech for good, how diving into the work is the best training, and the limits of empathy within the world of tech. Find out what Jordan's dream tech product would be (hint: it connects to renewable energy and space tech). Jordan also teaches Paul about LiDAR technology and shares his predictions for the tech for good sector. Here's where to find Jordan Jackson and Black Men's Book Club: BMBC Website: https://blackmenbookclub.com BMBC App: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bmbc-audio-book-summaries/id1539826611 Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanwcjackson
Jordan Jackson and Rodney Gainous are Detroiters who are dedicated to making a difference in the community, through technology and their talents as engineers and entrepreneurs. They have created businesses and ventures that provide help to many, and here they tell their fascinating stories of being forward thinkers from Detroit. Listen to learn more, here on The Doers Network!! For more information, reach out to Jordan and Rodney: Jordan: Twitter - @jordanwcjackson Rodney: Instagram and Twitter - @rg2official, LinkedIn - rodney.gainous Check out our website: https://www.bamboodetroit.com/ If you would like to sponsor The Doers Network, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Listen in as Jill interviews Jordan Jackson! You will not want to miss Jordan's story of strength, advocacy, and conviction in his own authenticity! Jordan shares some beautiful insight about how to find your tribe after coming out and some of the resources he has compiled for LGBTQ+ people in Utah.
Damon Williams speaks on Dave Chappelle and Some of His Favorite Comedians Rodney Perry and Sommore and How the pandemic changed him --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app