Jordan is a practicing primary care physician, a digital health entrepreneur (Healthloop), a writer thought leader in national health policy. By mayoral appointment, he is also a Commissioner on the Health Service Systems Board of San Francisco.
Jordan sits on the board of the Hope Street Group, a bi-partisan think tank in Washington DC and is a health advisor to the Aspen Institute. He founded the Institute for Responsible Nutrition, a working group of scientists to illuminate the public on the added and toxic chemicals in our food supply.
He has spoken at The Economist Innovation conferences, Stanford MedicineX, Health Evolution Partners, Harvard’s Center for Connected Health, VentureBeat and has posted a series of pithy articles on LinkedIn about the intersection of health, linguistics, data and humanity. He is a self- appointed purveyor of subtleties in the science of medicine who questions the obvious and looks for patterns in his never ending attempt to simplify and find meaning.
Between graduation from UC Berkeley and attending Georgetown Medical School, Jordan spent a year teaching high school science in Western Kenya with Harvard-affiliated WorldTeach.