LOUISVILLE, Ky. (April 2, 2021) – The Louisville Healthcare CEO Council (LHCC) has appointed Benjamin Moore to vice president of strategic alliances. Moore will be responsible for supporting LHCC’s ongoing mission to grow the economic vibrancy of the city while accelerating and activating solutions for the national health and aging community.
As the nation’s leading health and aging innovation leadership organization, LHCC continues to position itself as the singular leader in this vitally important industry. Moore will support LHCC’s efforts in four key areas: business development; economic development; executive ecosystem development; and strategic alliances in support of innovation entrepreneurship. He will be responsible for the identification of strategic partners, assessment of collaborative opportunities, and attracting, retaining and expanding regional partner companies. He will also help define and expand LHCC’s role in the Louisville Innovation District (NuLu) as well as assist in the development and identification of resources needed to help innovators within the region directed at health and aging solutions.
Moore most recently served as a senior manager for economic development in the Louisville Mayor’s office, under Mayor Greg Fischer. His work there focused on the Health and Aging Innovation sector, including business attraction, retention and expansion work as well as growing and developing the local ecosystem of partners and businesses.