Jordan Grantz is a multimedia journalist based in Bowling Green.  

Jordan’s love for broadcast news began watching Sunday Mornings every week with her family growing up in Kentucky. 

In a full circle moment, Jordan is grateful to begin her professional journey as a multimedia journalist in the state where her passion was born.

Jordan graduated from Queens University of Charlotte with a bachelor’s degree in Multimedia Storytelling with a concentration in Journalism.

During her time at the Queen's University, Jordan was a member of the Queens News Service, which landed many of her pieces in local Charlotte publications including the Charlotte Observer and the Charlotte NPR affiliate, WFAE. She also wrote for the school newspaper, the Queens Chronicle.

Jordan was also captain of the Queens women's triathlon team, where she led her team to two NCAA championship titles. She had the opportunity to combine her passions when she was an intern for USA Triathlon's content team, writing stories primarily on the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.

In Bowling Green, Jordan strives to share the stories of the local people and the emotions they are feeling while staying objective, fair, and ethical. She thoroughly enjoys connecting with and learning from those who call western Kentucky home.   

When she’s not at work, Jordan can be found on the trails -- either running or mountain biking, on the road -- cycling, or crawling her way through the water. She also enjoys exploring local Bowling Green restaurants, coffee shops, and parks, where she is often seen getting into a new book