Jordan Haley Williams was born on October 14, 1998 in Crystal City, Missouri to Kevin and Chris Williams. She has a younger sister, Camryn, who plays volleyball. Currently, Jordan is a senior at McMillen High School and she will graduate from high school in the spring of 2017. During Jordan's spare time, she enjoys swimming and spending time with her friends.

At the age of four, Jordan had so much energy her mom put her in a tumbling class at Olympaid Festus in Missouri. She competed level 3 and level 4 the first two years, winning the all-around and all four events at her first meet. From there, she eventually started her competitive gymnastics career in 2006 at Eagle's Wings Athletics in Allen, Texas where she trained under coaches Virginia Oas and Alex Atamas.

When Jordan was at Eagle's Wings Athletics, she competed as a level 4 gymnast in 2006, where she placed second in the all-around, first on vault and floor exercise and second on uneven bars and balance beam out of 64 gymnasts at the Rising Stars Invitational. In 2007, Jordan moved up to level 5. At the WOGA Classic, she won the all-around title out of 42 gymnasts. She also won the uneven bars title with a 9.9. Jordan won the all-around title at the Level 5 North State Championships.

At the 2008 National Judges Cup, Jordan won the all-around title and placed first on uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise as a level 5 gymnast. Soon after, she moved up to level 6 for the District Qualifier. There, she placed first on everything except for balance beam, where she finished second. At the Level 6 North State Championships, Jordan finished first in the all-around and second on uneven bars. She then placed fourth overall and first on floor exercise at the Level 6 State Championships.

Jordan started competing level 7 at the Candy Cane Classic in December of 2008 where she finished sixth in the all-around and third on vault. Jordan finished eighth in the all-around at the Texas Prime Meet and fourth in the all-around at the WOGA Classic. At the Level 7 North State Championships, she placed ninth overall and fourth on vault. Jordan won the all-around, vault and uneven bars titles at the Rose City Classic. She concluded her 2009 season at the Level 7 State Championships, where she finished third in the all-around as well as first on vault and uneven bars.

In 2010, Jordan began her season as a level 8 gymnast at the Texas Prime Meet, finishing fifth in the all-around. At the Metroplex Challenge, she won the all-around title and placed first on uneven bars and balance beam. Jordan finished third in the all-around at the State Qualifier. At the WOGA Classic, she placed fourth in the all-around and first on vault and uneven bars. She earned a bronze medal in the all-around and gold medals on vault and floor exercise at the Kurt Thomas Invitational. At the Rose City Classic, she won everything except for balance beam. Jordan finished fifth overall and first on vault at the Level 8 State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, she placed third in the all-around and first on vault in a very tough group of competitors! Jordan concluded her 2010 season at the Texas National Elite Qualifier.

Jordan started her 2011 level 9 season at the Friends of Achievers Invitational where she won the all-around title as well as finished first on vault and second on balance beam and floor exercise. She placed second in the all-around at the Metroplex Challenge and Gliders Invitational. At the WOGA Classic, she won the vault title. At the Houston National Invitational, she won a gold medal on vault and bronze medals on balance beam and floor exercise. Jordan then grabbed the all-around title at the Zenith Spring Invitational. At the State Championships, she finished sixth in the all-around and second on vault. Jordan then placed 13th overall, third on vault and first on balance beam at the Region 3 Championships. There, she qualified to the Level 9 Western Nationals in San Diego where she placed 9th out of 48 gymnasts! In addition, she finished fourth on floor exercise and fifth on balance beam.

As a first-year level 10 gymnast in 2012, Jordan finished sixth on vault and in the all-around at the Friends of Achievers. She earned bronze medals on uneven bars, balance beam and in the all-around at the Alamo Classic. She then won a gold medal on floor exercise at the AOGC Invitational in California. At the Zenith Invitational, she placed second in the all-around with a 37.525 as well as second on uneven bars and first on floor exercise. Jordan finished tenth in the all-around and seventh on vault at the Level 10 State Championships, qualifying to the Level 10 Regionals. At the Level 10 Regionals, she earned a silver medal on floor exercise. She concluded her 2012 season at the Junior Olympic National Invitational Tournament in Hampton, VA.

Jordan had a knee surgery prior to the 2013 season. She came back at the Houston National Invitational. She placed third in the all-around and first on vault at the Zenith Spring Invitational. In 2014, Jordan placed second in the all-around and first on vault at the Texas Prime Meet. Jordan won the vault title at the Houston National Invitational and WOGA Classic. At the Metroplex Challenge, she placed fourth in the all-around, first on vault and second on balance beam. She did really well at the Zenith Spring Invitational, finishing second in the all-around with a 37.650 and first on vault. At the Region 3 Championships, Jordan placed 14th in the all-around and fourth on vault and balance beam. In January 2015, Jordan began training at Metroplex Gymnastics in Allen, TX.

In 2016, Jordan finished third in the all-around with a 37.150, first on vault and fourth on floor exercise at the State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, she placed sixth in the all-around, third on floor exercise and fourth on vault. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Ft. Worth, TX.

Currently, Jordan is preparing for the 2017 season as a level 10 gymnast. She trains 30 hours per week at Metroplex Gymnastics in Allen, TX under coaches Marnie Futch and Gina Logan-Quinlan. Jordan would like to qualify to the Junior Olympic Nationals and to obtain a college scholarship to a Division 1 school.