Jordan L. Noeuku is a Camerounian computer science major at the illustrious Morehouse College and winner of the Social Justice Award for the NAACP Youth Council in San Francisco, California.
- What does entrepreneurship mean to you?
Entrepreneur to me means the aspiration to lead by example and be a role model who puts in place a system that helps others develop their potential. Over these past years, I have been designing outfit which feeds my passion and inspire people daily. I can up with the concept of A Love for All (ALFA) with a message that Love has no boundaries, and Legend is a second concept that reminds everyone of their unique aspects. As I worked in the progression of expanding my ideas, I was able to inspire other visions of life and also developed skills that enhanced my social life and entrepreneurship.
- What does community mean to you?
To me, the community simply means belonging to something bigger than yourself—the extension of your arms and legs across a connection you build with your surrounding environment.
- Why did you join PAYE?
I joined PAYE because of the in-irrational aspect. Through PAYE, I grew and connected with a community of diligent young entrepreneurs from diverse horizons working in collaboration with each other to build the future we all aspire to strive in.
- What is your motto in life?
My Motto is “Aspiring to Inspire Other Before I Expire.” This is mainly because my life journey l has been shaped by individuals who inspired me to be the best version of myself. Thus, I look forward to inspiring the future generation as my time ends.
- Where do you see yourself in the next 10 years?
In 10 years, I see myself developing apps and managing projects while nourishing my goals of inspiring others through the ALFA and LEGEND concepts.