We had the good fortune of connecting with Jacquie Jordan and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Jacquie, how does your business help the community?
At TVGuestpert we are committed to working with our clients to find their highest value messaging as it serves the community. For our Front & Center with Jacquie Jordan Broadcast Podcast, we highlight the change agents, activators, and storytellers from behind the scenes making impact who you might otherwise not know about (found on YouTube or iTunes). Our New York Times Best Selling publishing company promotes an array of books by experts that supports tipping point messaging such as the current release by Dr. Joanna D. Massey, Culture Shock: Surviving Five Generations in One Workplace. And in this new remote workplace that requires technology like Zoom – we are developing online programs to assist professionals with architecting their own messaging and visibility training for the best impact.
Can you open up a bit about your work and career? We’re big fans and we’d love for our community to learn more about your work.
My career highlights fall somewhere between random to extraordinary. I have been to death row in prison; taken collect calls from serial killers, to having produced A list Celebrities. I was punk’d by Sacha Baron Cohen in his movie “Bruno” and didn’t make the cut because I was too professional and didn’t lose my cool with his antics, but after producing television stories around serial killers and A List Celebrities – Sacha Baron Cohen, didn’t stand a chance!
Any great local spots you’d like to shoutout?
I’ve personally grown, changed, and morphed, as diversely as the content of my career from being a raw vegan to pescetarian, from living in extremes to finding a middle balance in mid-life.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
My credit goes to my misunderstood Generation of Gen X. We were considered the slackers, the latch-key kids, the teens without an anthem, but what my generation has to offer is that we are very self sufficient and often, work behind the scenes to move the world and the economy forward. We have just been quiet about it; mostly, with the exception of our Gen X entertainers – which are the names and faces that most of us recognize about our, mostly quiet, generation.
Other: Front & Center Broadcast Podcast: http://frontandcenterpodcast.com/
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