Leah Jordan joined the team at the California Life Sciences Institute in September 2015. She is currently the BioGENEius Program Coordinator at CLSI. The BioGENEius Challenge is an opportunity for students in grades 9-12 to compete on a local and international stage with some of the most promising scientific minds in biotechnology and the life sciences. Additionally, Leah is a Program Coordinator for the Fellows All-Star Team Advisory Program (FAST) at CLSI. The FAST Advisory Program provides select biotechnology startups in the San Francisco Bay Area with intensive team review and consulting to perfect their business models and product development plans with the aim of establishing successful commercialization strategies. Previously, Leah was a Project Manager at Cairn Biosciences overseeing grant proposal preparation. She is currently a Professional Masters Candidate in Biotechnology at the University of San Francisco and holds a B.S. in Biology from Humboldt State University.