Jordan, Millennium Fellow 2014-2015
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Jordan is student at Tufts University studying international relations and biology and is a candidate for Tufts' BS/MPH combined degree program, with a concentration in global health. He served as Executive Director of the Archimedes Project at Tufts, a social enterprise incubator focusing on the distribution of clean water and sanitation technologies. He also works with the food delivery startup Sweet Idea, the Tufts Institute for Global Leadership BUILD Latin America program, and the Tufts Medical School department of molecular microbiology, conducting research on Lyme disease. He is passionate about waterborne, vector borne, and antibiotic-resistant disease, and applying science and entrepreneurship to improve patient prognosis and public health. After obtaining relevant work experience, he is considering returning to school to pursue a Master's in International Business and/or an MD, specializing in infectious disease. He is an avid musician, camping/outdoor enthusiast, and traveller.
What have you learned from the MCN Fellowship?
Many students share similar visions of change they would like to make in the world, and can only discover this and work towards this shared vision through partnership and cooperation.