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Donor Spotlights
Volunteer spotlight – Jordan Boyd

As Chair of the Calgary Weizmann League, Jordan Boyd shares what inspires him to volunteer with the Weizmann community and his motivation to share the research he learns about with his own network.

About Jordan:

Jordan Boyd is a serial entrepreneur, technology founder and digital advertising expert, with his apps having been featured by Apple and Shopify and downloaded around the world. In his spare time, he volunteers at the Alberta Children’s Hospital as well as leading product initiatives at the Institute for Personalized Therapeutic Nutrition. Jordan currently also advises eCommerce Canada on digital strategy and growth.

What inspires you to volunteer your time towards science for the benefit of humanity?

Being able to volunteer with Weizmann Canada is one of my most exciting endeavours. As a passionate lifelong learner, I love hearing about projects at the institute and updates from scientists regarding their research. Every event I’ve attended has brought together a diverse and multidisciplinary community of individuals who share in their admiration for science. For me, it’s not just about my own discovery and inspiration, I enjoy sharing these events with family and friends to inspire and inform them as well. Volunteering with Weizmann doesn’t feel like a commitment, it feels like a privilege to be a part of such an exciting and important institution benefiting humanity.

 

 

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