Jordan Watters

Member at Large

Jordan Watters is a grateful settler on the unceded territory of the Lekwungen peoples where she is raising three young children with her husband Matthew.

Jordan brings over a decade of experience in research, project management, and stakeholder engagement. Her commitment to social justice has driven her professional interests towards research problems involving programs and services for traditionally under-serviced people and communities including First Nations, LGBTQ2S, immigrants and people with disabilities. Jordan is a strong advocate for fully funded public education and robust supports for families including affordable housing, childcare and active transportation networks.

Since 2014, Jordan has been proud to serve as a School Trustee in the Greater Victoria School District and is currently the Board Chair. Jordan holds a Master of Arts in Sociology from Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) from Bishop’s University. She has researched, lectured and published in the fields of Gender, Sociology, Disability Studies and Law.