Taking Risks, Making a Difference: Jordan Britton's Journey To Launch Warm Social Co
Welcome back to another compelling episode of the "Meet The Onôtinikêwak (Warriors) Podcast," a platform dedicated to amplifying Indigenous voices, stories, and perspectives. Today, we're honored to welcome Jordan Britton, a dynamic Indigenous entrepreneur and founder of Warm Social Co.
Drawing upon Indigenous wisdom and traditions, Jordan's mission is deeply rooted in the principle of community care. Ignoring mainstream advice to 'plan more,' Jordan courageously launched Warm Social Co in November, setting forth on a transformative journey to provide winter coats to vulnerable communities.
Born and raised in Calgary, with seven formative years in Drumheller, Jordan's narrative is a unique blend of Indigenous culture, a love for basketball, academic accomplishments, and meaningful contributions in the field of social work. This fusion of diverse experiences has crafted a holistic perspective that Jordan applies both in business and in life.
In this episode, we'll explore the critical role of community, the transformative power of embracing personal and collective responsibility, and the journey towards discovering one's authentic self within the context of Indigenous identity and values.
Prepare to be inspired as Jordan shares their remarkable story, narrated through an Indigenous lens, aiming to create a sustainable impact—one winter coat at a time.
Join your host, Michael LaRocque, and our incredible guest, Jordan Britton, for an episode that is set to inspire, educate, and resonate deeply within our communities. Let's dive in!
Website - https://loveiswarm.org
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/warmsocialcoats
Intagram - https://www.instagram.com/warm.coats
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