Episode 51: Jordyn Romero: Unparalleled Millennial Inspiration

February 05, 2020

Episode 51: Jordyn Romero: Unparalleled Millennial Inspiration

Highlights from the Show

  • "Of The Sea" Documentary Release: Jordyn's Senior Thesis 
  • Millennials are our future, let's learn from them
  • Sea Sisters Sri Lanka; New Project on the horizon
  • What does it mean to be a young filmmaker / documentary maker?
  • Why travel will change your life 
  • Healing after a traumatic event
  • For those of you who have lost a loved one, please listen
  • What are your gifts to inspire change?
  • Van life with Fern! 

Jordyn's Website: Link

Jordyn's Instagram: Link

Of the Sea Film: Link




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