Niema Jordan is a storyteller from Oakland, California.
She is an alum of Northwestern University, Medill School of Journalism and UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
Her film, Oasis, tells the story of a struggling medical clinic that treats underserved populations battling Hepatitis C. Her production credits include The Chosen Life, Fatherless, Bobby Kennedy for President, and Vernon Jordan: Make It Plain. She is currently a story producer and the host of the podcast, Fertility, Mothering, and Other Things.
Jordan serves on the board of Oakland Kids First. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
As Co-Director of BAVC Media’s MediaMaker Fellowship, Niema Jordan works to support first and second time documentary filmmakers with the resources and connections necessary for them to thrive in the field.