Jaden Warren studies policy and economics at Southern Methodist University. His graduate level studies focus on econometrics, managerial economics, predictive modeling, and the application of economics to the legal environment. He employs these skills at PanOptis Patent Management to analyze patent policy and conduct financial modeling. A two-time collegiate debate champion, Jaden is also the head coach of SMU's public debate program. In January 2016, his evaluation of post-expiration patent royalties was published in the Oxford Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice.
Previously, he was the editor and lead author of the Tools for Team Policy Debate Sourcebook, and published over 1500 pages of academic research and analysis for debaters. During the 2014 election cycle, Jaden was one of the three coordinators for the Rangers Program, where he helped strategically place over 100 volunteers into closely contested campaigns. In 2014 he also received the Joseph F. Johnston Jr. Fellowship at the Philadelphia Society for "likelihood of contributing to the intellectual renewal of a free society through fellowship and professional activities.”