Jordan Johnson, born in California, of Black American and Native American decent, has danced and performed with professional troupes since she was a little girl. Growing up in the diverse Black, Asian and Hispanic environment of Pomona California, Jordan very early gained a deep respect for the diverse culture behind dance and music. Her father, being a Navy man, meant that Jordan was able to travel all over the world as a teen, working and dancing with different cultural groups respectfully learning the history, stories and foundations of many music forms and dances including, Afro Cuban, L.A. Salsa, Samba, Cha Cha, traditional Indonesian, Bollywood, and West African.
Jordan has worked as a Presenter in the Philippines hit show “ASAP” and was the Emcee in the successful Pilipino girl group “Girl Talk”. Since moving to Australia permanently, Jordan has worked with the Hip Hop music promoter, Sling Shot, with some of the biggest Hip Hop names like Black Eyed Peas, The Roots and Xibit.
Jordan has studied Film and Television at Edith Cowan University and works as a dance teacher, commercial dancer, choreographer for stage, film and television. She has 5 instructional DVDs for Salsa, Bachata and ladies styling that are sold worldwide and has represented Australia for Salsa at the world championships in Puerto Rico, Miami, and L.A. Jordan has danced with many Australian leading artists and has had many television and TVC appearances including Merrick and Rosso, So YouThink You Can Dance, Good Morning Australia, Tina Arena Live, and the film The Mask.