Owner of SweetTooth Digital
On what was supposed to be a short trip home, this Temple native quickly realized that the heart of Central Texas has everything and more to foster an excellent quality of life.
Meet Jordan Valentin, business owner of SweetTooth Digital. It is here that Jordan’s business can thrive, bolstered by a unique pro-business climate and an abundance of opportunities that prioritize her success.
“I’m a business owner. I have a marketing business called SweetTooth Digital. We are a marketing collective, [specializing] in web development, messaging, strategy, and creative. I wouldn’t want to do that anywhere but Temple.”
Supported by a pro-business community, Jordan never feels short of having the resources to help her professionally soar to new heights.
“The thing that has been most important for me in business has been understanding the importance of relationships and where they are in their life. That has helped me relate to other business owners… The community is very supportive of growth and economic development. Because of that, there are numerous networking opportunities available at all times… there are so many ways to get involved and meet people.”
When Jordan isn’t running her own company, you can find her spearheading inclusivity movements across the city, giving back to Temple Independent School District, or integrating herself into the many essential committees that work towards Temple’s continuous improvement.
“Growing up, Temple has always been diverse. As I’ve gotten older, I appreciate that so much… [Temple] is a growing, thriving city that is very easy to settle into and be a part of.”
Jordan not only sits as President of Love Temple, TX, but also is a part of the Executive Community Board of Temple Education, DEI Commision, and District Educational Improvement Community (DEIC).
Outside of work and community improvement, Jordan loves to dine at her favorite Temple restaurant, Thai Café, play tennis and golf, and enjoy impromptu visits with her neighbors.
“We consider ourselves so lucky to live in the neighborhood that we live in. We’re so close with our neighbors. Most of the hangs are totally impromptu. We just have a tightknit community of people that live very close to us.”
Thanks to the city’s welcoming residents, a thriving pro-business culture, and a collective vision for a better tomorrow, Jordan has found her home in Temple, Texas.