Jordan Levine, Lecturer, MIT Applied Business Analytics
Jordan Levine is currently a lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the Applied Business Analytics (MBAn) program at the Sloan School of Management and the managing partner of Alexandria Health, a healthcare analytics startup.
After serving as a communications officer in the United States Marine Corps, Jordan spent seven years at McKinsey & Company. The latter half of his time, he served as the global learning and development lead for analytics. There, he architected a strategy and oversaw a learning team that engaged ~4,000 McKinsey colleagues per year at the executive, manager, and technical talent levels. Key milestones included the creation of a cohort of 1,000+ ‘Analytics Translators’ and the development of novel approaches to on-board and integrate analytics technical talent as well as assess their technical competence in a business environment. Prior to leading analytics learning, he was an engagement manager in the operations practice with a focus in supply chain management.
Jordan holds a master’s in engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and mathematics degree from the United States Naval Academy.