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Dr. Jordan began her career in the industry in 2016, and since then has worked in research and development as well as outward-facing roles at the business-to-science interface. Much of her career has focused on innovation. In graduate school, Dr. Jordan was involved in mentoring, teaching, and the Genetics Graduate Student Association (GGSA). She holds a B.S. in Cellular/Molecular Biology and completed a Ph.D. in Genetics at Texas A&M in 2015.