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Transforming Age Welcomes Joy Moore to the Board of Trustees

Bellevue, WA – December 11, 2023 – Transforming Age announces the appointment of Joy Moore to its Board of Trustees. Moore is a dynamic force in the world of HR, business strategy and operations. With over 20 years of experience across organizations of various sizes, ranging from 500 to 14,000 employees, Moore is a trusted leader, advisor, and business mentor.

“We are delighted to welcome Joy to our board of directors,” said Torsten Hirche, President and CEO of Transforming Age. “Her passion for creating lasting human, community and financial impact aligns perfectly with our mission. Joy’s unwavering commitment to putting people first and helping organization’s thrive will be invaluable to our team as we continues to grow and expand our impact Nationwide.”

Moore has earned recognition for her expertise in shaping high-performing cultures at Fortune 500 companies. She is an organizational development (OD) expert, with a proven track record for implementing progressive technical resources, engaging employees, and creating robust development programs that enhance profitability.

“I love engaging people around a common goal,” says Moore, “it is an honor to serve on the Transforming Age board and collaborate with a group of leaders so dedicated to improving the lives of older adults.”

Moore also holds the position of Chief People Officer for On Lok, the organization which founded PACE (Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.) Her previous organizations include Presbyterian Healthcare (New Mexico), Cardinal Health, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Motorola.


Transforming Age is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization offering holistic and integrated solutions that enable people to age successfully. Dedicated to creating unlimited possibilities to enhance the lives of older adults, Transforming Age offers an integrated network of housing, community services, technology, philanthropy and partnerships. With over 3,000 team members, Transforming Age serves over 125,000 people across the economic spectrum in 75 affordable and market rate communities, in addition to providing home and community-based services to low-income seniors. Transforming Age and its affiliated foundations provide philanthropic programs aimed at supporting those in need of financial assistance, and the creation or enhancement of programs and services. Transforming Age also provides business service solutions to industry partners including management, development, and consulting services. The organization’s technology initiatives aim to improve the lives of older adults and those who serve them at scale.