Loren has 20 years of experience in strategy, finance, and operations in healthcare, financial services and philanthropy and a life-long passion for transforming the experience of aging and end-of-life care.
While leading a $40 million annual grantmaking portfolio and an investigation into how to transform end-of-life care at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Loren realized there is a gap between the capability of experts and innovators in the field who are developing evidence-based solutions and their ability to take these solutions to scale.
To fill this gap, Loren founded Transform Care to help organizations and leaders in the field of aging, serious illness, advanced illness and end-of-life care build sustainable business models and implementation plans to transform the experience of aging and end-of-life care at scale.
Prior to founding Transforming Care Partners, Loren was the Managing Director at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, a Chief Operating Officer at BlackRock, and Director of Strategy at BlackRock. Loren started her career at Ernst & Young in their Health Care Strategy Group and has consulted to non-profits in areas of aging including Experience Corp, Jewish Family Children’s Services Older Adult Services, and Chaparral House Nursing Home. Loren has over a decade of volunteer experience in nursing homes and adult day care centers and is currently a Palliative Care volunteer at Jewish and Family Children’s Services in San Francisco. As an expert in aging, serious illness and end-of-life care, Loren has been asked to speak at Stanford University MedEx and SXSW.
Loren is a CPA and has her BBA and MPA from the University of Texas at Austin. She lives in San Francisco with her family, and when not working, enjoys playing with her son and drinking tea under her maple tree.