Jordan Campbell is a journalist, photographer and award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is the founder and president at Ramro Global® | Worldwide HumanitarianAction, a socially driven film production company and emerging media space, spotlighting global health initiatives, aid and disaster response, climate change, water and food scarcity, women’s empowerment, children and education, war and conflict, the refugee crisis and other issues and challenges that define the worldwide humanitarian space.

Jordan is also an accomplished international mountaineer, having participated in pioneering expeditions to Himachal Pradesh in Northern India and the Nyenchen Tanglha region of Eastern Tibet, along with a myriad of climbing, skiing and mountain exploits spanning Europe, Asia and the Americas. His lifetime commitment to the global tribe of mountain adventurers has been fortified by his professional service as former director of communications for Marmot Mountain LLC and former expeditions manager for The North Face.

His film work, most notably to draw attention to cataract blindness and child heart disease in low-and-middle-income countries, along with other media assignments, has taken him to Nepal, Kosovo, Lebanon, Cameroon, South Sudan and conflict-affected countries like Ukraine, Libya and Iraq. Readers can find Jordan’s byline in National Geographic, Outside, Climbing and Men’s Journal. He is also the director of the award-winning documentary: Duk County (Mountainfilm 2013) about a humanitarian trip to South Sudan with a group of doctors who perform life-changing eye surgery in remote villages, which won the Indomitable Spirit Award and Moving Mountains Prize at Mountainfilm and screened twice at the United Nations.