Jordis Unga

Jordis Losana Sikahema Unga (born August 6, 1982) is an American rock singer, songwriter and performer from Forest Lake, Minnesota. After years of building a cult following in Minneapolis, as a vocalist for “The Fighting Tongs” and “Liars Club”, Unga reached international fame for her performances on the first season of the CBS television reality show Rock Star: INXS where 15 contestants competed to become the lead vocalist for the Australian rock band INXS. She finished fifth overall. Unga was also a contestant on the second season of NBC’s The Voice as a part of “Team Blake”. She was eliminated on April 16, 2012.

Patrick Krief

Patrick Krief is a Canadian musician and singer-songwriter, most noted as a former guitarist for The Dears.

Christopher Mayfield

Christopher John Mayfield (born 18 December 1935) is a retired Anglican bishop of the Church of England.
Mayfield was born in Plymouth but grew up in Worcester and was educated at Sedbergh School and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he read Mechanical Sciences. After four years teaching engineering in the Royal Air Force he was ordained in 1964 and became a curate at St Martin’s in the Bull Ring, Birmingham. He was then a lecturer at the same church before becoming the Vicar of Luton.
He was appointed the Rural Dean of Luton in 1974 and then the Archdeacon of Bedford (1979–1985) before his ordination to the episcopate as the Bishop of Wolverhampton in 1985. He was translated in 1993 to be Bishop of Manchester and retired in 2002. He currently ministers as an honorary assistant bishop in the Diocese of Worcester.

Jordan Todman

Jordan Todman (born February 24, 1990) is an American football running back for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played college football at Connecticut.
Todman has also played for the Minnesota Vikings, Jacksonville Jaguars, Carolina Panthers, and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Patrick Gullane

Patrick Gullane, CM, OOnt, MB, FRCSC, FACS, FRACS (Hon), FRCS (Hon), FRCSI (Hon) is a Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and a Professor of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto.

Christopher Lewis (priest)

Christopher Andrew Lewis (born 4 February 1944) is a Church of England priest and academic. He was Dean of St Albans from 1994 to 2003 and Dean of Christ Church from 2003 to 2014.

Jordan Ryan

Jordan Ryan (born in 1950) currently serves as Assistant Administrator for the United Nations Development Programme at the level of Assistant Secretary-General. He also serves as Director of the UNDP Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery.
Prior to his appointment to the current position, Ryan was Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator of the United Nations Mission in Liberia from 2006 until 2009.
His 20 years of experience with the UN includes serving at different capacities in developing countries and in post-crisis setting. He joined the UNDP in China as Assistant Resident Representative in 1991. Between 1993 and 1996, he worked as Senior Assistant Resident Representative and later as Deputy Resident Representative in Viet Nam.
Between 1996 and 1997, he was Deputy Director of the Office of the Administrator in the Headquarters of UNDP in New York City. From 1997 to 2001, he became Director of that office.
Ryan graduated high school from the Webb School of California. He obtained his B.A. in anthropology from Yale University. He also holds a J.D. from George Washington University and a M.A. from Columbia School of International and Public Affairs. He was a visiting fellow at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University in 2001.

Patrick Graham

Patrick Graham (born October 3, 1969 in Calgary, Alberta) is a retired Canadian heavyweight boxer. He is not known for his skill in boxing, but for his toughness, strength, good basic boxing skills and durability. His boxing idol was George Chuvalo. Although he did not have Chuvalo’s durability, Graham showed resilience, and the ability to compete in the sport.

Christopher Lethbridge (cricketer)

Christopher Lethbridge (born 23 June 1961) is a former English cricketer. Lethbridge was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm medium pace. He was born at Castleford, Yorkshire.

Jordan Rich

Jordan Rich was the host of The Jordan Rich Show on WBZ-AM 1030 in Boston, Massachusetts., a mix of history, arts, pop culture, and other topics. Parts of the shows are carried by WCCO (AM) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He retired after the July 3, 2016 show in order to spend more time with his family.

Patrick G. Ryan

Patrick George Ryan (May 9, 1838 – October 21, 1906) was a leather manufacturer and political figure in New Brunswick. He represented Gloucester County in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 1876 to 1895 as a Liberal.

Jordan Masterson

Jordan Masterson (born April 9, 1986) is an American actor. He played Zeb a five year old boy in Danelle Steele’s 1993 tv adaptation Star. He is perhaps best known for his role as Mark in the 2005 film The 40-Year-Old Virgin and his recurring role as Dumptruck in ABC Family comedy-drama series Greek. He currently co-stars as Ryan Vogelson on the sitcom Last Man Standing.

Patrick Cloutier

Face to Face is a photograph of Canadian Pte. Patrick Cloutier and Anishinaabe warrior Brad Larocque staring each other down during the Oka Crisis. It was taken on September 1, 1990 by Shaney Komulainen, and has become one of Canada’s most famous images.

Christopher J. Monckton

Christopher John Monckton (born 23 March 1954 at Ipswich, England), is a conductor, singer, and organ recitalist and accompanist.
The son of an eye surgeon, Monckton was educated at Gresham’s School (where he learnt to play the organ), and Magdalen College, Oxford (where he held a choral scholarship and read English). Graduating from Oxford in 1976 he attended a Law School in Guildford, Surrey. A further scholarship in literature and the fine arts took him to a cultural foundation at Vence in France. He became organist of the Basilica of Notre Dame de Nice, taught music at a choir school for boys in Grasse, and studied music at the Nice Conservatoire.
He has performed (as a solo singer, organist, and conductor) in almost every western and central European country. His performances in the British Isles include a song recital at St John’s, Smith Square, and St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin. He is based mainly in France.
Monckton also lectures around the world. In 2005, he formed a travel company, Thomas Martlet Ltd, to organize cultural tours to places of artistic, architectural and musical interest.

Jordan James (soccer)

Jordan James (born November 25, 1982 in Syracuse, New York) is a retired American soccer goalkeeper who played professionally in the USL First Division.

Patricia Claxton

Patricia Claxton (born 1929) is an award-winning Canadian translator, primarily of Quebec literature.

Christopher Hughes (quiz contestant)

Christopher John “Chris” Hughes (born 14 August 1947) an English television personality and one of Britain’s leading quizzers.
Hughes was born in Enfield, Middlesex, and educated at Enfield Grammar School. He worked as a train driver and railway worker. He has been a winner of Mastermind (1983), International Mastermind (1983) and Brain of Britain, 2005. He is one of only five people ever to have won both Mastermind and Brain of Britain.
He also appeared on The Weakest Link on 24 September 2001, and was voted out in the final elimination round without answering a single question incorrectly during the whole show, having been named the strongest link in six of the seven elimination rounds. Host Anne Robinson declared Chris to be “the best contestant we have had on the Weakest Link” and opted not to use her signature “you are the Weakest Link, goodbye!” catchphrase, instead simply saying “goodbye Chris”.
He is currently a member of the regular panel of quiz champions on the UK quiz show Eggheads, in which members of the public attempt to beat the “Eggheads” in order to win a cash prize.
As of 2010, he has lived in Crewe, Cheshire.

Jordan Hitch

Jordan Hitch is an American business executive, and currently serves as the managing director at Bain Capital Private Equity and Bain Capital, LLC.
He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University; and an M.B.A., with distinction, from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
He also serves on the board of Giraffe Holding Inc., Guitar Center Holdings Inc., Gymboree Corporation, and Burlington Coat Factory Investments Holdings Inc.

Patricia Chica

Patricia Chica also known as Chicatronica is a Canadian film and television director, producer, writer, speaker, acting coach and energy influencer. She was born in San Salvador, El Salvador. In 2007 and 2010, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of El Salvador gave her a diploma of recognition for her outstanding contribution to the country’s cinematic heritage. Winner of over 60 awards, her productions have been presented on television in North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Australia, at numerous universities, within niche communities as well as in the international film festival circuit.

Christopher Headington

Christopher Headington (28 April 1930 – 19 March 1996) was an English composer, musicologist, and pianist.
Born in London, he was educated at Taunton School and was a Scholar of the Royal Academy of Music. He studied with Sir Lennox Berkeley for composition and won a prize as best instrumentalist in his year. After graduating, he taught at Trinity College Glenalmond and subsequently (1954–64) at Lancing College and was Senior Assistant for Music Presentation for the BBC. In 1965 he became the Staff Tutor in Music for the Oxford University Department for External Studies.
Headington had been composing for most of his adult life: His Violin Concerto of 1959 (described by Sibelius expert Robert Layton as “accomplished and beautiful”) was finally recorded in 1991 on ASV Records (with Xue-Wei as soloist and the London Philharmonic Orchestra under Jane Glover) and brought him wide recognition. Headington also wrote several pieces of chamber music: his Third String Quartet, composed to mark Haydn’s 250th anniversary, reworks material from Haydn’s Quartet op. 77 no. 2. Headington’s solo piano pieces were strongly influenced by Debussy, Ravel and Chopin. His song-cycle, The Healing Fountain, was written in tribute to Benjamin Britten, and Headington ranked it as his finest achievement. His Piano Concerto of 1991 was also recorded by ASV (with Gordon Fergus-Thompson as soloist) as part of a posthumous collection released in 1997.
A music writer, his published works are:
The Orchestra and Its Instruments (Bodley Head 1965) A History of Western Music (Bodley Head 1974, revised 2nd edition 1980, also Schirmer US edition and Paladin paperback) Illustrated Dictionary of Musical Terms (Bodley Head 1980, also Hamlyn paperback, Harper Row in US, Dutch translation Gaade Amerongen) The Performing World of the Musician (Hamish Hamilton 1981) Britten (Eyre Methuen 1981, US edition Holmes & Meier) and later rewritten for Omnibus Press Listener’s Guide to Chamber Music (1982 Quarto Books New York, also Blandford Press UK) Opera: A History (Bodley Head 1987 Arrow paperback 1991) Sweet Sleep (Garamond & in US Clarkson Potter) – this is an anthology of lullabies. Peter Pears: A Biography (Faber & Faber 1992). J.S. Bach In Association with Classic FM (1994) He was a regular reviewer in Gramophone magazine.
He also wrote a book on Chopin (Pavilion Books/Classic FM). He contributed to Alan Walker’s Franz Liszt symposium (Barrie & Jenkins 1970), The Dictionary of Composers (Book Club Associates 1977), Building a Library (OUP 1979), The Britten Companion (Faber 1984), A Companion to the Concerto(Christopher Helm 1988), The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Classical Music (Salamander Books 1989), A Guide to Classical Composers (ed Gammond, Colour Library Books 1994), International Dictionary of Opera (St James Press 1993).
He wrote for The Inventions That Changed The World (Readers Digest 1982) and The Fontana Biographical Companion to Modern Thought (Fontana 1983)
Headington made few concert appearances. He was piano soloist on the soundtrack of the 1978 film The Thirty Nine Steps (the composer was Ed Welch). He also went on to release 4 further albums on CD as performer.
Headington was Professional Music Advisor to the Estate of the late JRR Tolkien with whom he had been a friend.
He was also an Examiner for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) during the 1980s and in March 1985 assessed student on the island of Barbados under the administration of John George Fletcher (the ABRSM representative from 1969 to 2000).
He played and taught all over the world including Russia, China and Zimbabwe.
Headington died in a skiing accident in Switzerland in 1996, aged 65.

Jordan Halliday

Jordan Cade Halliday (born August 11, 1987) is an American animal rights activist. He was indicted by a federal grand jury in 2009 on charges related to resisting a federal grand jury investigating local illegal animal rights activities, mainly concerning fur farm raids in Utah. He was jailed for nearly four months under a contempt of court order to compel him to testify. He was later released and indicted on criminal contempt of court. He pleaded guilty to “Criminal Contempt of Court” on July 27, 2010. The charge is a unique one in that it is sui generis, meaning it is neither a felony nor a misdemeanor. He was sentenced on November 3, 2010, to 10 months in prison with 3 years of probation upon release. He filed an appeal with the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals which was denied. He was accused of violating his terms by allegedly associating with the vegan straightedge. His house was raided by a dozen armed FBI agents and he started serving his sentence early on January 9, 2012. He was released on July 20, 2012, his civil time running concurrent with his criminal time. He was released with 3 years of probation. On August 8, 2013, he was granted early termination of supervision after filing a motion with his lawyer.

Pat Ross

Pat Ross (born 1960 in Edmonton, Alberta) is the current chief executive officer and director of Steeplejack Industrial. Prior to Steeplejack Industrial, he worked at Fasco. He moved up from salesperson, President, and part owner. Following this, he joined Wittke where he eventually became the CEO. Upon the sale of Wittke, Ross joined private equity firm Polar Capital and through this experience went on to become the CEO of Steeplejack Industrial.

Christopher Guise

Sir Christopher Guise, 1st Baronet (died 1670) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1654.
Guise was the son of William Guise of Elmore and his wife Cecilia Dennis, daughter of John Dennis of Pucklechurch.
In 1654, Guise was elected Member of Parliament for Gloucestershire in the First Protectorate Parliament. He was created a baronet of Elmore on 10 July 1661.
Guise married firstly Elizabeth Washington, daughter of Sir Lawrence Washington of Garsden, Wiltshire. He married secondly Rachel Corsellis of a noble Italian family. He was succeeded in the baronetcy by his son John.

Jophen Stein

Jophen Stein is a painter from Pomona, whose works often contain surreal, cartoon-like images centered on unusual themes such as the Space Race, the Periodic Table, or the Freemasons in the style of Lowbrow (art movement) art or Pop Surrealism. His recent shows have included “Adventures into the Absurd” at Life During Wartime Gallery, “Regal Row” at Art Prostitute Gallery, “Steiny Uno: Aviaries & Sanctuaries”, “Scenographic Transmissions” at Thinkspace Gallery, “Fourplay” at Lineage Gallery in Philadelphia, and “Tel Est La Guerre” at Project Gallery in Culver City. He received his BFA from Laguna College of Art and Design in 2003, and he attended the Art Center of Pasadena from 1996 to 1997.

Jophen’s work was featured in the Vans Shoes sky gallery and a large rendering of one of his paintings appeared on a billboard in Los Angeles. He has collaborated with artists Blaine Fontana, Joe Ledbetter, John Michael Gill, Sophia Pottish, James Naccarato and Tim McCormick, among others.