Jordan Stovall, MITS Service Coordinator

Jordan M. Stovall

MITS Service Coordinator

Jordan Stovall, a native to the Emerald Coast, grew up on a dirt road in Navarre, Florida. He spent his childhood terrorizing the neighborhood on his go kart. As the only son of a car guy, Jordan tagged along with his dad to car shows, drag races, dirt track races, F1 races, and car museums. Summers were spent in beautiful East Rochester, New York with his mom, older sister, and three older brothers, who taught him how to play his first computer game and sparked his early interest in technology.

Biography

Jordan Stovall, a native to the Emerald Coast, grew up on a dirt road in Navarre, Florida. He spent his childhood terrorizing the neighborhood on his go kart. As the only son of a car guy, Jordan tagged along with his dad to car shows, drag races, dirt track races, F1 races, and car museums. Summers were spent in beautiful East Rochester, New York with his mom, older sister, and three older brothers, who taught him how to play his first computer game and sparked his early interest in technology. As a teenager, he was proud to be part of the NJROTC program at his school and enjoyed volunteering for local events with the group. He attended Navarre High School and graduated in 2011.

Being immersed in automotive culture at such a young age led Jordan to pursue a career in the welding and fabrication field. He packed his bags and all his savings from summers working valet to relocate to Georgia and attend Georgia Trade School. He graduated with 4 AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Certifications. After a few years as a structural steel welder, spanning several companies and welding styles, Jordan decided to focus on turning his lifelong interest in computers and technology into a career. He moved back home to the Emerald Coast and completed his AA at NWFSC and will complete his undergraduate studies at the University of West Florida.

Jordan, along with his girlfriend, their precious houseplants, and his 1993 Volvo 240, resides in Mary Esther, FL and enjoys a whopping four-minute commute to the Bit-Wizards office – perfect for the ol’ 240! He accepted the role of MITS Service Coordinator in October of 2022 and is excited for the opportunity to support MITS with his stellar communication and organization skills, as well as his almost supernatural level of attention to detail. In his free time, he can be found restoring his Volvo, baking Swiss buttercream cupcakes, gaming, searching for local culinary hidden gems, or watching The Dark Knight…for the hundredth time.
 

Professional

  • Organization
  • Multitasking
  • Communication             
  • Attention to Detail

Random Skills

  • Can almost always get an excellent throw on Pokemon Go
  • Squirrel whisperer
  • Candle snob
  • Taco Bell subject matter expert