Jordann has loved living in Oklahoma since 2012, when she joined the FOX 25 News team.
Since then, Moore was hit by an EF5 tornado, the state saw a devastating downturn in oil, we have felt record-breaking earthquakes and seen our share of tragic stories. Oklahomans have also lived through so many other uplifting moments in that time, like the Oklahoma City Thunder making the NBA Finals! Jordann has been there through it all.
Jordann was nominated for a 2017 Heartland Emmy Award for her feature reporting. She is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and is serving as the Vice President of Broadcasting for the Oklahoma chapter for 2017.
Before joining Fox 25, Jordann was the weekend anchor at KAMR/KCIT, the Fox and NBC affiliates in Amarillo, Texas. Her professional career began in her hometown, El Paso, Texas, where she produced for KDBC, the CBS affiliate.
Jordann lived in Oklahoma before moving to Oklahoma City. She is a proud Golden Hurricane. She graduated from the University of Tulsa with a bachelor's degree in political science and a certificate in journalism studies.
TU is where Jordann decided to become a journalist after joining a news club that put out TUTV, a student-run newscast that aired on public access TV in Tulsa.
Jordann has a pet turtle, Nugget. She also has, arguably, the cutest dog in the world, Emmy. She's loves movies and coffee.