Jordan Segundo anchors Good Morning Hawaii weekends from 6 a.m.-8 a.m, Hawaii’s only weekend morning newscast. He is also the weekday morning Weather Anchor for Good Morning Hawaii from Wednesday through Friday at 5 a.m.-7 a.m.
Born and raised in Hawaii, Jordan is a graduate of Farrington High School and Honolulu Community College. He has a bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Prior to joining KITV, Segundo gained considerable on-camera experience at KHON2 in Honolulu, taking on different roles including commentator for American Idol, FOX VIP Correspondent and as a weekly contributor for the daily lifestyle show Living808. He has reported from the red carpet at the American Country Awards, the Glee Live Tour in Las Vegas and on the set of LIVE! with Kelly Ripa.
He has hosted numerous television shows and specials including Ohana Road, Destination Groove Dance Hawaii, Cool Corona Concerts and Cook Like A Masterchef Competition.
Jordan is also recognized as the first singer from Hawaii to be a finalist on the nationally acclaimed singing competition American Idol in 2003. He has performed in concerts and festivals across the nation and has shared the stage with some of the biggest stars from the entertainment industry.
When not in front of the camera or on stage performing, Jordan enjoys spending time outdoors and in the kitchen cooking. A health and fitness enthusiast, Jordan loves exploring the natural beauty that Hawaii has to offer.
“Growing up in Hawaii, I’ve always had an interest in the weather and a passion for story-telling,” said Segundo. “This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to do what I love to do and combine my many passions into one. I am honored to be a part of the KITV4 Island News team and I look forward to contributing to the station’s important mission of service to the community.”
Community Service is very important to Jordan, he continuously volunteers his time and talents to worthy causes and non-profit organizations. He has been the Spokesperson for “Adult Friends for Youth”, a non-profit organization that assists students throughout the State of Hawaii and helps at-risk youth. In addition, Jordan participates in the D.A.R.E. Tour for Hawaii students encouraging them to be drug-free. Jordan does motivational speaking for both programs and shares his message to thousands of students to stay in school, remain drug-free and to never give-up in striving to reach their goals.
Jordan also volunteers with the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii and lends his support for the Fur-Angel Foundation, a no-kill animal shelter. In recognition for his years of community service, Jordan received the prestigious “Ola Pono Award” in 2007 and the “Outstanding Young Persons Award” from the Hawaii Jaycees in 2010.