Gabrielle Jordan Williams $ Entrepreneur Author
Gabrielle Jordan exemplifies a true teen humanitarian.
Jordan is 14-years old and already has made a great deal of accomplishments, which is only the beginning of her quest to leave a global impact in business, motivational speaking and publishing. Jordan told DREAM TEEN Magazine that she comes from 6 generations of entrepreneurship, therefore, success was inevitable. At 8- years old, she was encouraged by her parents to launch Jewelz of Jordan, and it became a booming jewelry business. Her modern jewelry is made of gemstones and precious metals, which create classic pieces and represent her desire to develop a sense of ageless beauty and elegance. Gabrielle’s jewelry is sold via her online boutique and at live events, where she receives tremendous, positive feedback and leaves lasting impressions about her undeniable potential. She is the example of a tenacious dreamer who will let nothing prevent her from executing her vision. In high school, she was motivated to enter a competition that allowed her the liberty to write about whatever she wanted. Jordan was inspired to write about her experience as a CEO. The Making of a Young Entrepreneur, written by Jordan, became a “number 1” Amazon Bestselling book. Her book has helped to build her platform as a sought after speaker with accomplishments such as being a TEDx speaker and keynoting several ceremonies for organizations throughout the country. Moreover, Gabrielle is a young philanthropist; she donates a portion of her profits from her book to her favorite charities. She also volunteers as a Youth Ambassador for the Tigerlily Foundation, where she supports the mission for breast health, education, wellness and empowerment for girls and women.
Gabrielle is quickly becoming a recognized name due to her features on several television and radio stations as well as news and online publications such as NPR, NBC, Fox News and ABC’s Good Morning Washington. Gabrielle is currently an 8th grade home schooled student. Her career goals include, but are not limited to becoming a gemologist, international speaker, New York Times bestselling author and to continue her philanthropic endeavors. She wants to be a young entrepreneur expert and plans to attend Gemological Institute of America, New York, NY. DT
When I reflect back on my life, I want it to be filled with big dreams, big actions and big accomplishments and that’s what I want for others.”