Henry (Hank) Jordan has been an entrepreneur for more than fifty years. He speaks from experience. He has started and/or bought several businesses during his lifetime. He has a background of engineering, newspaper and magazine editing, computer system consulting and business management. He has been involved in writing and publishing for a long time. He was editor of his third grade newspaper and his high school newspaper.
He was the editor of four weekly newspapers simultaneously in the South while attending college. After receiving a degree in electronic engineering he worked for more than six years as a design engineer at Douglas Aircraft where he designed the autopilot for the world’s first intercontinental ballistic missile. He subsequently became the West Coast Editor of two Electronic Magazines published in New York. He founded and was editor/publisher of the Los Angeles Engineer/Scientist magazine.
An avid private pilot, he was editor/publisher of Flight Lines Magazine for seven years. This very successful magazine contained light humor and technical information of interest to 10,000 general aviation mechanics across the nation.
He was the founder and president of Jordan Advertising in West Los Angeles, a technical advertising/PR firm specializing in high-tech accounts. It flourished for two decades as the computer industry emerged. He founded and ran a computer systems integration company for seven years.
Hank is “semi-retired” and currently the owner of Jordan Associates, a consultancy located in Southern California. He provides practical business consulting and does professional writing for small to medium business clients. By combining his skills and experience, he is in a position to offer clients a unique combination of computer/Internet system knowledge and creative writing ability.