- Project Free WorldFounder, present
Jordan Phoenix is an author, social entrepreneur, speaker, and scalability consultant. He is the founder of Project Free World, an organization that facilitates the creation of collaborative social innovation projects in order to provide the proper food, rights, education, and environment to every person on the planet.
His book It's All My Fault: How I Messed Up the World, and Why I Need Your Help to Fix It describes paradigm shifting ideas to address the biggest global challenges we face as a species.
He also writes a personal development blog called Uncommon Sense to examine the rapidly evolving landscape of life in the 21st century. Jordan’s work has been featured in publications such as The New Yorker, The Times of India, The Huffington Post, Lifehack, MindBodyGreen, The New York Observer, The Social Journal, GOOD, and The Spark Documentary. He was recognized as a Quora Top Writer in 2013.
- University of DelawareCivil Engineering
LivelyHoods: creating jobs for youth in Kenyan slums
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