Jordan Troutman, from Odenton, Maryland, is pursuing a PhD in computer science at Stanford School of Engineering. He graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) with bachelor's degrees in computer science and mathematics. Jordan is passionate about building communities and technologies that mitigate disparate impact based on demographic identities. Jordan has engaged in research relating to algorithmic fairness at Rutgers University, the University of California, Berkeley, and the Fairness, Accountability, Transparency and Ethics Group (FATE) group at Microsoft Research. He has been an officer for the UMBC National Society of Black Engineers and the UMBC Student Government Association. Jordan also served the state of Maryland as the Student Commissioner for the Maryland Higher Education Commission. He has received the Meyerhoff Scholarship, the Barry Goldwater Scholarship, the Palantir Future Technologies Scholarship, and the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.