About Us

As a national nonprofit organization, Transforming Age is guided by our singular vision to “transform the perception of age” and to make life better for older adults and society. We have a different perspective—one that views aging as a declaration and an opportunity to continue to lead an independent and purposeful life.

Our Impact

We create unlimited possibilities to enhance the lives of older adults

14000

People served across our network

2000

Team members

$50Million

Taxpayer savings due to community-based care

$10 Million

Unreimbursed charity care

$1.2Million

Donor support for philanthropic programs

Our Mission

We create unlimited possibilities to enhance the lives of older adults by integrating housing, community services, technology, philanthropy and partnerships. We are Transforming Age.

 

Our Culture of Excellence

The Culture of Excellence is the fabric that unites our team members, across all Transforming Age affiliates.

Integrity:

Act honestly.

Grace:

Be kind, empathetic and compassionate.

Respect:

Honor and accept the value of each person.

Innovation:

Create new solutions and improve constantly.

Teamwork:

We work together and support each other.

Accountability:

Take responsibility for your actions.

Fun:

Have fun and bring joy.

Our Team

Chair: Scott Lumsden

Executive Presbyter, Seattle Presbytery

Vice Chair: Mary Wagner

Retired Senior Vice President, Starbucks

Jesse Bond

Owner, Bond Financial, LLC

Cathy Danigelis

Western Region Manager, KeyBank Community Development Lending

Torsten Hirche

President & CEO, Transforming Age

John Iwanski

Retired CFO/Vice President, AAA of Washington

Jim Melhorn

Retired President/CEO, Episcopal Ministries to the Aging

Karin Miller

Retired Geriatric Social Worker

Lisa Nelson

Finance Executive/Startup Advisor

Greg Russell

Partner, Peterson Russell Kelly PLLC