Maureen Hanrahan, BSN, MA
Maureen’s professional background in nursing, health education and organizational leadership has fed her passion for prevention and innovation, especially for our most vulnerable populations. Prior to her retirement, Maureen served as National Director of Charitable Care and Coverage in the Department of Community Benefit at Kaiser Permanente National Offices, managing a community benefit portfolio of over $100M annually.
Maureen understands the serious responsibility of not-for-profit leadership roles. She has served on boards, and as chair or officer of numerous boards. She has seeded innovation for the poor, aging and most vulnerable throughout her career.
Some of Maureen’s most proud professional accomplishments include founding one of the first school-based health centers in the country as a 501(c)(3), shaping Kaiser Permanente’s prevention outreach programs for influenza, breast cancer, heart disease and health risk, developing unique outreach/ assistance to low-income seniors eligible for Medicare financial assistance, and shaping the successful transition of InnovAge to Next50 Initiative through her Board leadership.