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Welcome to the team, Jordan!

I'm thrilled to introduce the newest member of team Invision Community.

You may recognise Jordan from his photo as he's been an active member of our community as BreatheHeavy. Jordan has been running his site BreatheHeavy.com using Invision Community for nearly a decade.

Jordan's official title is "Community Advocate" which means that he will be working very closely with our community to guide and curate feedback, assist with support questions, to help educate and inform and to bring you news of the latest developments being cooked up by our development team.

Jordan says:

Your feedback, ideas and questions matter.

I've spent the last decade discovering what it means to be a community leader in my own Invision Powered community, BreatheHeavy. Community building is an ongoing journey that's taught me invaluable lessons, namely the importance of absorbing feedback from the community then taking decisive action. I'm excited and honored to share that insight with the Invision Community. My new role is designed to shed light on what Invision Community members (that's you!) want and share it with the team.

I'm looking forward to getting to know you! 

We're very excited to start a new chapter within Invision Community to improve communication, engage more Invision Community owners and make the most of the excellent feedback we receive.

You'll be seeing more of Jordan on the forums in the coming days.

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Appreciate the intro, Matt! Really grateful to have joined the Invision team and am looking forward to working with the Invision Community. I know that sounds like a blanket statement, but I really do feel genuinely excited and fired up about it. This is my first week, but we've already had such great brainstorming sessions, ideas, things we want to implement and more. 

If anyone needs anything, please feel free to reach out to me! And don't be shy to say hi in the forums. 🙋‍♂️ 

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