Jordan got his love for engineering from his dad, a master mechanic. Ever since he could pick up a screwdriver, Jordan would take his toys apart, figure out how they worked and put them back together. He studied mechanical engineering technologies as an undergrad, and received his master's in prosthetics and orthotics from the University of Hartford. Currently he is in his research track orthotics residency at the University of California, San Francisco. He is drawn to research as a means for increasing insurance coverage, and finding better care strategies for his patients. He decided to pursue POP so he could use his mechanical and analytical skills to help others. Jordan loves how POP lets him teach others and contribute to prosthetics and orthotics research for the next generation to build on and use.