Jordan Zimmerman is a GIS Analyst focusing on the Multihazard Mitigation Plan (MHMP) and helps with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Risk Mapping Assessment and Planning (Risk MAP) program. He received his Bachelor of Science in Geology and Certificate in Geographic Information Science in 2023 from IUPUI. Jordan completed his geology capstone during the summer of 2022 at the Judson Mead Geologic Field Station in Cardwell, Montana where he and his colleagues mapped geologic units in the valley of the Jefferson River in the Tobacco Root Mountains. In the spring of 2023, Jordan worked on an undergraduate research project using GIS to interpolate metamorphic folding in Joshua Tree National Park, California. He started an internship with the Polis Center in the fall of 2022 and now primarily works on the state plan running models and helping with FEMAs Cooperating Technical Partner (CTP) projects. He was a member of the Earth Science DEI Community Builders at IUPUI.