Ever since she can remember Jordan has always wanted to be on television and that dream became a reality with Eco Company. It also gave her the opportunity to be trained by The Climate Project and Al Gore in Nashville, and is now an active member of the Youth Advisory Board for Inconvenient Youth.
Jordan brings several years of acting and modeling experience to her role as Host of Eco Company. Jordan was a co-lead in a television pilot, appeared in three episodes of the educational film series Adina’s Deck, and played the role of Portia Washington in a documentary about Booker T. Washington. Her experience in film started at a young age when she was an extra in Sony Pictures “Pursuit of Happiness” and New Line Cinemas “Four Christmases.”
Some of her hobbies are pageantry and community service for which she received a national award for her commitment to her community, her country, and her world. She now focuses her volunteer efforts on Inconvenient Youth and The American Cancer Society, where she is a captain of her own Relay for Life Team, Teens on Track. She has held 4 state pageantry titles and credits pageantry for giving her the confidence to pursue her dreams. She also enjoys kickboxing, dancing, basketball, traveling, volleyball, bike riding, cooking, choreography, photography, skiing, graphic design, and hanging out with her family and friends.
Her goal is to become an Emmy Award Winning Broadcast Journalist. She lives by the quote, “Every accomplishment begins with the decision to try” and so she’s not afraid to try anything that she thinks can help her to better herself, her future, her planet, and others around her.