What church leaders can learn about resilient relationships from the “frenemies” Patton, Ike and Bradley.
Allegra Jordan works with senior international leaders in innovation, entrepreneurship and marketing in non-religious, interfaith and Christian settings. At Duke she is engaged in capacity-building projects alongside African leaders in Southern Sudan and Uganda (with some work with DR-Congo). Previously, Jordan led marketing efforts at USA TODAY, where the audience grew from 10,000 people a month to 8 million+ visitors; helped America’s largest university go from worst to best in terms of engaging minority students; and has served as a engagement manager and consultant for Forge Advisors, c-level management, Washington, D.C., consulting firm. She has been named a top executive under 40 in Austin, Texas, and Birmingham, Ala., and by Time Magazine as a Rising Star. She is an honors graduate of Harvard Business School and Samford University.
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