Lori Grange

Strategy Officer, Effective Philanthropy

Lori Grange is the Strategy Officer in the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s Effective Philanthropy Group. She has worked in philanthropy for 16 years. Previously, she was a senior director at the Pew Charitable Trusts. She led the development of new strategies on myriad state policy issues, including sentencing and corrections, dental health care for low-income children, and economic development. She also guided other staff as they developed new lines of work. Lori helped create the Pew Center on the States, led an in-house research team of 40 staff, and oversaw Stateline, an online news service providing daily analysis on state policy trends. Before Pew, Lori directed a national fellowship program for public interest lawyers at a nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C. She also was a journalist at the Los Angeles Times.

Lori has been cited in a range of national and state media, including the New York Times and Associated Press, and has appeared on Fox Business News, C-Span and dozens of radio stations. An Idaho native and graduate of the University of Southern California, Lori also holds a J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.

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