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Ruth Jordan
Visionary & CDC (Chief Dot Connector)

Hi! I’m Ruth Jordan, and Renaissance Solutionz is the next chapter in the story of the manifestation of my life “which is hidden in Christ with God.” In addition to giving thanks to God and the incarnation of God energy in Jesus, The Christ, I want to express my sincere appreciation to the following courageous and inspirational souls:  Fr. Richard Rohr, Muhammad Yunus, Gregg Braden, Brene Brown, Dr. Christiane Northrup, and Anthony William.

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My Story

I also make music! 

Ruth has been on a serious quest for the truth since the age of five when her thirty-two year old Mother was diagnosed with MS. In the midst of graduate studies at the New School for Social Research, she returned home to become her mother’s sole caregiver. Shortly after 9/11, Ruth’s mother lost the use of her last, slightly functional limb, and she courageously lived out the remaining eight years of her life as a quadriplegic.


Nineteen months after her mother's death, she found and married a kindred soul, Dan Jordan. Although 35 years her senior, they had led parallel lives. Just as Ruth had cared for her mother for over two decades, Dan had cared for his seriously neurologically impaired wife for over 30. After 5 years of marriage, Dan died suddenly on a family vacation. Three days after Dan’s death, while attending a conference for social impactors, the solution to all the world’s intransigent problems became clear — collaboration.


The search for a vehicle to manifest this idea lead her to Nobel Peace Prize winner, Muhammad Yunus, and his game changing concept of social business. Shortly after, Renaissance Solutionz was born. Over the past four years, she has used her real estate assets and networking super power (which, before this adventure, she had no idea she possessed) to work with the social business model on a small scale.  Medium to large scale coming up!

"The world will be saved by the Western woman."

~the Dalai Lama

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