Jenny Johnson Jordan is a former UCLA Bruin volleyball standout, professional AVP Beach Volleyball player and Olympian. She is in her first season as Head Coach UCLA Beach Volleyball. Johnson Jordan was inducted into the UCLA Hall of Fame in 2018. She has won a national title as a player (1991) and as a coach as she helped guide the Bruins to their first-ever NCAA Beach Volleyball Championship in 2018. Johnson Jordan then helped the Bruins win back-to-back NCAA titles and was named the AVCA National Assistant Beach Coach of the Year in 2019.
Following her playing days at UCLA, Johnson Jordan moved into the professional ranks of beach volleyball. In 2000 she and her partner Annett Davis finished fifth in the Sydney Olympic Games. She also served as an alternate for the 2004 Athens Games, and during that year with Davis, became just the second team in the world to compete in 100 events together. A winner of 10 professional beach titles worldwide, Johnson Jordan ranked in the Top 10 in points every year she competed on the BVA and AVP Tours and was honored in 2002 with the AVP Special Achievement Award.
Johnson Jordan is married to former UCLA All-American wide receiver Kevin Jordan. The couple have two children, Jaylen and Kory.