Title: Business Partner & Co-founder
Company: The Globe Press
Location: New York, New York, United States
Tatiana Jordan, Co-Founder at The Globe Press, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the propagation of spiritual principles.
Ms. Jordan initially obtained a bachelor’s degree from Pleven Medical College of Bulgaria in 1986 and later continued her education with a master’s degree in biotechnology with an emphasis on genetic engineering from the National University of Bulgaria in 2005. She originally excelled as a health care professional, providing superior care as a registered nurse in the intensive care unit with Fifth-City Hospital in Sofia, Bulgaria from 1985 to 1995, and she has also found success as research lead with the Bulgarian National Institute for Infectious Disease from 1995 to 1998 and a research scientist with the Institute of Plant Physiology and Genetics at the Bulgarian Academy of Science from 1998 to 2002.
In 2002, Ms. Jordan, a practitioner of the Bahá’i faith, was seeking a means of including spiritual principles that can guide and govern society in terms of a global perspective as part of her career. In 2008, this eventually led her to co-found the Globe Press, a premier publication that promotes the Baha’i faith and its principle of the oneness of humanity as the foundation for social transformation. In her work with the organization, she oversees daily operations and spiritual activities, manages its website, and encourages the next generation to contribute to the betterment of society. Since 2008, Ms. Jordan has also prospered as manager of the Bahá’i Center of New York City, and her research work on the persecutions of Bahá’is in Iran, “Awakening,” has been published in six different languages. Ms. Jordan’s belief is that science and religion must come together to explain to the world the principles that govern people’s lives.
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