Jordana brings her extensive experience producing multi-million dollar entertainment projects for the global marketplace to Wellworthit Pictures. She has been a producer, executive producer and line-producer of both documentary and feature films and television for over 20 years and her projects have found success in theatrical, art-house, cable, network and streaming outlets.  

Her credits include Executive Producer of Earthkeepers, a documentary series for Disney+ with Supper Club (Chef’s Table), and Associate Producer of the Netflix Untitled Sandra Bullock feature drama.  

Jordana’s work has spanned several nonfiction and fiction genres. She produced Fire on the Hill about the Compton Cowboys, that won the Los Angeles Film Festival Muse Documentary Award and the SXSW darling The Secret Life of Lance Letscher, directed by Sandra Adair (Oscar nominated editor of Richard Linklater’s Boyhood) that was nominated for the SXSW Grand Jury and Chicken & Egg awards and later distributed by FilmRise. Her feature documentary At the Fork, Executive Produced by Dave Matthews, premiered at the Berlin Film Festival and was acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films. Jordana executive produced and line produced the original documentary mini-series Ivory Wars for Animal Planet / Discovery International, and her first feature documentary, the critically acclaimed and award winning One Lucky Elephant, premiered at Los Angeles Film Festival and was acquired by OWN network.     

Jordana’s feature film producing credits include What’s Your Number, starring Chris Evans, Anna Faris and Chris Pratt for 20th Century Fox; Extraordinary Measures, starring Harrison Ford and Brendan Fraser for CBS Films; Miguel Areta’s Youth In Revolt, for Dimension Films; Management starring Jennifer Aniston and Woody Harrelson for Sidney Kimmel Entertainment; and Richard LaGravenese’s Freedom Writers, starring Hillary Swank for Paramount Pictures.  

Educated at Pitzer College, Jordana has a Bachelor of Arts in Film, Fine Arts and Communications. She attended high school in Switzerland at the Ecole d’Humanité and the American International School in Nice, France, and began her career at Walt Disney Studios in physical production. Jordana lives in Los Angeles and is an active member of the Producers Guild of America and the International Documentary Association.