Who is Filterme?

FilterMe was created during Covid-19 as a way of helping people maintain clean air without leaving their house to buy filters. Although it’s the most recent of his ventures, Founder and CEO Jordan Wagner has a long history of sustainability efforts. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, he’s always had an entrepreneurial mindset and a passion for helping people around the world.

In 2009, Jordan founded Generosity.org, an organization dedicated to lifting communities out of poverty. The charity has funded over 750 water projects in 19 countries, giving clean water to over 450,000 people. During his 7-year tenure as CEO, Jordan traveled throughout Africa, South America, and Haiti building wells and speaking with locals. Inspired, he went on to produce his own documentary film La Source which tells the story of two Haitian brothers who rally the support of Princeton University and bring clean water to their earthquake-stricken hometown.

In 2014, Jordan co-founded Generosity Water, a premium alkaline bottled water brand that gives two people clean water in a developing country for every one bottle sold. The nonprofit’s mission is to end the clean water crisis through innovative awareness campaigns.

That same year, the Small Business Council of America named him Humanitarian of the Year.

In 2018, Jordan launched Wagner Entertainment to continue to tell powerful and redemptive stories like that of the Haitian brothers. Since then, he has served as executive producer on Tiger Rising starring Queen Latifah and Dennis Quaid and also produced the upcoming television series “Bring on the Dancing Horses” starring Kate Bosworth.

In the future, Jordan looks forward to continuing his mission of making clean air and water available to people all over the globe as not just a privilege, but a right.