Over the last 15 years, Jordan Langer has helped shape the San Francisco event and entertainment scene. His largest and most successful company to date, Non Plus Ultra, activates space throughout the U.S. hosting corporate, private, and community events and experiences. Headquartered in San Francisco, Non Plus Ultra’s portfolio includes iconic properties, such as The Palace of Fine Arts and The Old San Francisco Mint.
Operating under the premise of “always do good”, Jordan founded Project Wreckless in 2017 - a capacity development program that serves at-risk-youth by supporting their learning of “tools for life” through an auto-shop-geared curriculum. Project Wreckless serves its youth from its garage in the heart of San Francisco’s Bayview district.
Jordan joined the DISH Advisory Board in 2022 to support the organization’s remarkable work in the challenging field of homelessness. As a true believer that we all have a responsibility to give back to the communities in which we live, he could no longer stay on the sidelines and watch the homelessness issue compound in San Francisco. After nearly a decade of supporting DISH from the sidelines, he is thrilled to make intentional and direct impact on such an important topic.
Jordan is a husband, a father of two wonderful boys and puts his family at the center of everything he does.