Jordan Alejo

Jordan Alejo
State Fellow

Jordan Alejo graduated from San Diego State University with a Masters in Public Health degree in Environmental Health in 2021. He researched the effects of tobacco waste on marine environments; specifically, he analyzed the potential for bent-nose clams, Macoma nasuta, to bioaccumulate potentially toxic tobacco chemical constituents. 

With the SWRCB - Division of Water Quality, Sustainable Water Plans and Policies Unit, Jordan will help develop comprehensive, science-based policies regarding desalination, constituents of emerging concern, and sustainable water plans.

Jordan Alejo graduated from San Diego State University with a Masters in Public Health degree in Environmental Health in 2021. He researched the effects of tobacco waste on marine environments; specifically, he analyzed the potential for bent-nose clams, Macoma nasuta, to bioaccumulate potentially toxic tobacco chemical constituents. 

With the SWRCB - Division of Water Quality, Sustainable Water Plans and Policies Unit, Jordan will help develop comprehensive, science-based policies regarding desalination, constituents of emerging concern, and sustainable water plans.

Jordan Alejo