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Dr. James “Jazzy” Jordan received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from CICA International University and is the recipient of 2016 Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award from President Barack Obama. Dr. Jordan is also the international author of the #1 international best seller book titled Health is Wealth: How to Live Without Cancer, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Obesity, and Heart Disease, Where You Feel Good All the Time and Have Plenty of Energy.


Dr. James “Jazzy” Jordan is the former EVP/GM for the world largest Gospel Music label Verity He is also a noted dynamic John Maxwell Certified Coach, Teacher, and Speaker, Dr. Jordan offers workshops, seminars, and keynotes, and coaching.  Dr. James “Jazzy” Jordan is an American Icon who is listed as one of the bosses of the decade by Jet Magazine. A true renaissance man, Dr. James “Jazzy” Jordan also entered a car in the 2006 INDY 500.  


Dr. James Jordan was listed as one of The Bosses of The Decade by Jet Magazine alone with the likes of Berry Gordy, Cathy Hughes, Bob Johnson, Quincy Jones and others. He was also honored as "An American Icon" by Rep. Shelia Jackson-Lee at the U.S. House of Representatives for his many contribution and service to the music industry. In other ventures, Dr.Jordan is one of only two African Americans to have ownership of a car entrant into the prestigious Indianapolis "INDY 500" race.  


Dr. Jordan’s distinguished career spans over 40 years. He started out in radio at WYBC and WNHC and worked for Tommy Boy, RCA, Polygram, Jive and Verity records. He is an Entertainment Business professional that has collaborated with many of America's top music recording artists and groups. The list includes Will Smith, R. Kelly, Marvin Sapp, John P. Kee, Joe, Will Downing, Salt n Pepa, Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, Fred Hammond and Donnie Mc Clurkin to name a few. A thinker, leader, game changer and health activist Dr. James Jordan knows no limitations when reaching his goals.

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