Jordan Davis-Wiley has gained recognition as a new and compelling voice for children through her first published work – Dreamcatcher. In 2017 Jordan celebrated her 13th birthday following a stellar academic year focused on Pre-Calculus, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, World History, Advanced English and Elementary French, and deferred an invitation to participate in the National Junior Honor Society so she could devote equal focus to her artistic activities that include choral singing and piano. She was awarded the Outstanding Youth Entrepreneur Award by the Black Chamber of Arizona, and unveiled Dreamcatcher through a national webinar with Jack and Jill of America. Jordan is the eldest of her siblings and strives to be an exemplary role model for them and others by faithfully exhibiting kindness towards others.
Jordan has partnered with her parents in forming Nickel Berry Works, LLC; a family owned, and operated publishing company focused on the publication of children works written by children. In 2018 she anticipates the release of her second work, A Mighty Tiger, and a third book that she has co-authored with her sister.