Jordan Roberts appointed to Chief Humanitarian Officer



The Mormon Transhumanist Association is eager to announce the appointment of Jordan Roberts to the position of Chief Humanitarian Officer by Blaire Ostler, CEO of the Association. He was unanimously approved by the board of directors under the direction of Christopher Bradford, President of the Association.

Blaire Ostler commented, “Jordan’s background in science and medicine makes him a great fit for the position. Not only is he qualified, but his genuine interest in the betterment of humanity through service is inspiring. I look forward to his contributions to the management team.”

Jordan Roberts was born in Mesa Arizona, the son of a Mormon mother and Jewish father. He served a mission in Brazil. He is married to his high school sweetheart, and they have two children. He has a bachelor’s degree in life sciences from Arizona State University, and received his MD from the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix. He is currently a family medicine resident physician at St. Mark's Hospital in Salt Lake City. His interests include science and its fiction, Judaism, philosophy, Transhumanism and bioethics.

The Association congratulates Jordan and thanks him for his willingness to contribute his time and talents to the success of the Association.