Jordyn Rolling is a dynamic journalist and entertainer living in Brooklyn.
In December 2016 she received her master’s degree in Multimedia Journalism from NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
Born and raised in Utah (yep, you read that right), Jordyn is currently a correspondent and producer for Billboard News, NBC New York, and BET Networks.
As a former NCAA Division I soccer player at VCU and Sac State, she knows exactly what it takes to win and be a part of a team. She’s produced content for almost everyone, including Vice Media, Time Inc. (People, MONEY, Fortune), AOL, USA Today, CBS, Music Choice and Entravision.
She's covered red carpets and interviewed some of the industry’s biggest A-listers in Los Angeles, New York City, and at Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. She herself has been performing since appearing in "High School Musical 3" at the age of 15 and has studied improv and sketch comedy at the esteemed Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City.
On top of that, Jordyn is a documentary filmmaker. She has produced multiple acclaimed shorts on diverse topics such as harm reduction in the South Bronx, Baltimore art post-Freddie Gray, and mixed-orientation marriages within the Mormon community.
Jordyn is passionate about uplifting women and people of color, as well as mentoring at-risk teens. She has been included on many panels regarding all three.