Jordan Fuller graduated from Hope College with dual degrees in management and political science. Fuller then moved on to the University of Cincinnati where he got his MBA and Juris Doctor in Law. After graduating he worked in banking, rising through the ranks. In 2019, he switched careers and Fuller is now the Co-President for the Humanity and Hope United Foundation. This foundation helps Hondurans overcome challenges and grow to become their best selves. It started simply—working hand-in-hand with people to get clean water, create jobs, and create access to education. During his time at Hope Fuller was a member of the Even Year Pull team. Even Year Every Year!!

What was a favorite memory while you were a student at Hope?
My senior year, my housemates at “Neverland” and I would all attend chapel together. Lots of fun pursuing our faith and just being together.
How are you a different person today because of your Hope experience?
I think I understood how important my life’s calling is. I developed the passion and the tools to live it out.
What was your favorite food at Phelps?
Breakfast for dinner during finals.
What is something you love about your job/career path?
To be able to encourage kids to go to middle school and high school. Education unlocks so many opportunities.
What spot on campus do you miss the most?
The Dow. Playing pick up basketball with friends.
What was your favorite class you took at Hope? Why?
Washington DC Semester. So much fun being in our nation’s capital and it inspired me to go to law school.
What has been the highlight of your professional career?
Coordinating our response to Hurricane Eta. We were very proactive and it saved a lot of lives.

Hope College is proud to honor Jordan Fuller ’10 with the 2020 10 Under 10 Award. The “10 Under 10 Awards” honors emerging leaders who are making significant contributions by living out their callings; engaged in the local and global community through professional and/or volunteer involvement; and use their education to think about important issues with wisdom and clarity, communicate effectively to bridge boundaries that divide human communities and act as agents of hope living faithfully into their vocations. Designed for alumni who are within 10 years of graduation, they are presented by the Hope College Alumni Association. Make a nomination today!

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