An EMBA student teaches self-defense for everyone


March 6, 2012

Jennifer Jordan

More than 20 years ago, a contentious relationship with an undergraduate thesis adviser inspired Jennifer Jordan, EMBA ’12,  to bolster her self-confidence with self-defense classes. She sought out a class for women, but when it wasn’t offered at the time she needed it, she enrolled in an Indonesian martial arts class instead. Today, she is a fifth-degree black belt in Poekoelan Tjimindie Tulen, a traditional martial art form. The practice, which encompasses a whole system of healing and spiritual practice, has helped Jordan in every aspect of her life. Read the rest of the article on News@MITSloanphoto by Amy MacMillan

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