Jordyn RaMya Lewis-Griffin, is a self-motivated, energetic eleven year old who enjoys the performing arts and is involved in various activities that allow her to hone her skills as a dancer, gymnast, actress, and model. She has participated in the Grace Brethren Liturgical dance class, ballet and tap at Fran’s Studio of Dance, and hip-hop dance at The Joy of Motion Dance Studio. She is currently a new member of Crimson Heat Sizzle Majorette team. Her gymnastics skills are exceptional and she has been a gymnast with Elite Gymnastics and Gymkana’s Summer Intensive Camp at The University of Maryland.
Jordyn just added a TV performance with Billy on the Streets to her resume and has performed with The Washington National Opera in The Ring at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. She has also been featured in commercials and print photography.
In 2017 Jordyn is super excited to start working with Mindshadow Entertainment on #PlanetJustice and their new Sheroes projects! She has trained with The Theatre Lab’s Acting Camp, Camp Arena Stage (3 yrs.) and Diane McFarland and Michael McDavitt of MdM Management. She has studies at Duke Ellington for Theatre Summer Intensives.
Jordyn’s primary passion is modeling and participating in pageants. She has achieved much success by being crowned the winner of the 2018 National American Miss Maryland Pre-Teen. Jordyn’s love for pageants and modeling have led her to participate in Modeling Camp in Manhattan as well as modeling in shows including The American Girl Fashion Show, the Elite Child Clothier Fashion Show Easter Ball Extravaganza, and the Child Model Magazine Fashion Parade in Orlando, Florida, Fashion on the Hudson, Taste of the Runway DC, New York Fashion Week, the Fashion for Autism showcase, etc. She is also the current Supermodel Unlimited Maryland Icon.
Jordyn has also been featured in many magazines including: Child, Tween, Teen Model Magazine “top 50 Models of Summer” July 2016 Vol 1; Love Model Magazine September 2016; SuperModel Unlimited (Model Guide, Model Society Magazine and the Annual Beauty Book)
As a dancer and gymnast she has won the Grace Brethren Talent Show and first place Beam, second place Floor and Vault, and third place on the uneven bars and overall at Unique Gymnastics.
Jordyn has also participated in athletics as an ice skater at the Tucker Road Ice Skating Rink; soccer player at Grace Brethren Christian School; level 2 swimmer at the Wayne K. Curry Sports and Learning Complex and with Allentown Swimming; and cheerleader at the All Star Legacy Cheerleading Camp in Ashburn, Virginia.
Her other activities include the Awana Club, Kumon Math, and the Metro Warrior STEM Robotics and Engineering team. Duke Ellington Summer Acting Intensive, Camp Arena Stage Acting Camp, etc.
Jordyn is also a high performer in the classroom where she is currently a sixth grader. Jordyn has the distinct accomplishment of making the Honor Roll every semester since she began school.
When Jordyn is not modeling, performing, or attending school she enjoys volunteering at the homeless shelters or planning bake sales for No Kid Hungry, she is assisting Rae-Lew Kennels in raising and showing German Shepard dogs, and spending time with her family.
In 2019, Jordyn Griffin competed at the International Junior Miss Maryland & DC 2020 pageant in the Pre-Teen division for the opportunity to represent the International Junior Miss Maryland & DC pageant system.
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