Jordan Macha is the Executive Director and your Bayou City Waterkeeper. A Houston native, Jordan advocates for healthy waters throughout the Galveston Bay watershed, working on wetland protection and urban water management, promoting nature-based systems, and supporting community efforts to improve water quality.
Prior to joining Bayou City Waterkeeper, Jordan advanced coastal restoration and clean energy priorities across the Gulf region while working for the Gulf Restoration Network and the Sierra Club. She received her Master’s of Public Administration with an emphasis on Urban & Coastal Water Management and Policy from Texas State University, and graduated from the University of the South in Sewanee, TN with degrees in Russian and Political Science.
Jordan currently serves as the Harris County representative for the H-GAC Natural Resources Advisory Committee, and is a 2019 fellow for WEA’s Women Environmental Leadership Accelerator Program. Jordan and her husband live near White Oak Bayou, spending their weekends enjoying the bayous and coastal prairies across our region.