The 26-year-old bested Miss Texas, Ylianna Guerra, who was first runner-up, and Miss Rhode Island, Anea Garcia, who came in third.
"This organization is not one person. It's definitely not just me. It's a family," Jordan told The Associated Press after her win. "This organization celebrates diversity, and I think that was clear on the stage tonight, and I look forward to spreading a message of love and diversity and acceptance."
Here are five other things to know about Sunday's big winner.
1. She's an Oklahoman through and through: She's a fourth-generation Tulsan, she said in a pre-pageant interview.
2. She went to college: Jordan attended Boston University, where she earned a bachelor's degree in health science, according to the AP. She also worked as a fitness instructor and personal trainer during her time there.
3. She's been in a few movies: According to her IMDB page, Jordan has appeared in "Hot Tub Time Machine 2," "Jobs," and "Ted."
5. She's an animal lover: Jordan has a 1-year-old dog, Franklin. "I'm the luckiest mom in the world! He woke up at 4 AM for his walk just to make sure we would enjoy the whole day together lol" she captioned the below photo. "#pup #1stbirthday #bday #adoptdontshop #rescue #puppy #perfection #mutt @dogswithoutborders #spayandneuter #pets"