Survey Research / Early Childhood & Disabilities
Jordan has worked at the Center supporting primary data collection, including large scale multi-mode surveys, data management, descriptive analysis, and report writing since joining as a Student Assistant in 2010. He has extensive experience supervising telephone interviewers, coordinating field interviewing efforts, and monitoring quality control measures. Additionally, he has great interest in cartography and knowledge of geographic information systems which he has applied to various aspects of projects at the Center.
Jordan earned his B.A. in urban studies from Wayne State University in 2014. He is a native of northern Michigan who has always been fascinated by cities, their complex dynamics, and the issues facing our society.