Jordan Taylor Sandoval is the daughter of E.J. and Linda Sandoval of Rio Hondo, Texas. Jordan is a senior at IDEA College Prep of San Benito and is an active student in and out of the classroom. She is a member of Deep River 4-H and Highland Hustlers 4-H clubs.Jordan currently serves as the 2015-2016 Cameron County 4-H Council President. As a proud member of both clubs, Jordan has been fully involved in 4-H for 8 years. Throughout those years, she has exhibited various projects such as cattle, goats, lambs and poultry. She has participated at the local prospect shows, at Cameron County Fair & Livestock Show and the Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show and Rodeo. Not only does Jordan show animals, she also competes in the local, county and district livestock judging competitions. She takes part in volunteering in her community. She started the Deep River 4-H Annual Sock Drive collecting socks for Loaves & Fishes Homeless Shelter, she volunteers her time at the annual Cattlemen’s Round-up benefitting Driscoll’s Children’s Hospital, and Smokin on the Rio. She helped sell clovers at the Tractor Supply Company Clover Days benefitting the Cameron County 4-H program. Jordan volunteers at the Country Vet in Combes, Texas where she is working on obtaining her Certified Veterinary Assistant certification. She is the Parliamentarian of the National Honors Society chapter in her school and is Top 15 in her class. Jordan will be attending The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley in the fall pursuing a degree in Biomedical Sciences and become an Epidemiologist under Veterinary Medicine.
Jordan is proud to be representing the Los Fresnos PRCA Rodeo as their 2016 Rodeo Queen.