One word at a time.

Jordan Sanchez is a writer, content creator, and forever student. She is a current sophomore at Harvard University, where she is studying Physics and Education. She has mentored over 100,000 high school students through the college application process

Born and raised in the Bronx, she has always loved sharing her perspective through creative writing. Now a spoken word poet dedicated to leaving the world better than she found it, her words have reached hundreds of millions of people, including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Chadwick Boseman, Danai Gurira, Lupita Nyong’o, and more. She has done commissioned work for the United Nations Environment Programme, writing and performing the curtain raiser film for the 2021 World Environment Day launching the Decade of Restoration, and Everytown for Gun Safety, opening their concert against gun violence, Stay Amped. After being named a finalist in the Climate Museum’s 2019 Climate Speaks competition and performing at the Apollo Theater, she has spoken at several events including Rare Org’s BE.Hive On Campus, the Climate Group’s Climate Week NYC, and the Raben Group’s Raben Respite. She has been featured in various publications and documentaries by PBS, The New Republic, and Reuters.