Current Administrative Fellows

Jordan GrahamJordan Graham – Second Year Administrative Fellow, 2019-2021

Jordan earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Anthropology from the University of Washington. She always knew she wanted to be in healthcare, after her brother battled Stage IV cancer at a young age, but that passion was reaffirmed during her undergraduate years, when she became a volunteer and student assistant at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She went on to work at Seattle Children’s Hospital for 3 years as front line staff and as a Pediatric Mental Health Specialist before deciding to pursue her Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of Washington after learning how the degree could empower her to make systematic changes in how healthcare was delivered, and affect the quality and experience for patients and families.

During her graduate career, she was able to continue her work at Seattle Children’s Hospital, but as a consultant for the Improvement and Innovation Team for the Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, where she helped prepare the department for regional expansion, standardized provider deployment allowances, and transformed the patient triage and scheduling process. Jordan also had the opportunity to be a summer intern at EvergreenHealth Medical Center, a community-based adult public hospital in Kirkland, WA, where she was also to help develop the strategic plan for telemedicine initiatives for the organization. Upon her return to Seattle Children’s, her desire to help enhance the holistic well-being of pediatric populations was reignited, and a deep commitment to the field was solidified.

Dylan ChodosDylan Chodos, MBA, RN, CCRN - First Year Administrative Fellow, 2020-2022

Dylan Chodos, MBA, RN, CCRN, joins the Stanford Children’s Health family, bringing with him more than a decade of clinical experience in the emergency pre-hospital and inpatient critical care settings, including various nursing-focused leadership roles.

Prior to joining Stanford Children’s Health, Dylan served as a Charge Nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Children’s Hospital of Colorado, a 90-bed Level IV NICU. During his tenure in Colorado, Dylan also helped lead the transition of new nurses into the workforce as the Director of Recent Graduates for the Colorado Nurses Association. His strong leadership record also includes managing the clinical launching of a two-million dollar inpatient experience tablet-based engagement and education platform across an entire healthcare system as well as sitting on the board for the Children’s Hospital of Colorado’s Center for Innovation.

Dylan holds a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience from the University of California, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Denver College of Nursing, and a Master of Business Administration from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder.