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Nora Moreno Cargie is vice president of corporate citizenship for Tufts Health Plan and president of its Foundation. In her role as president of the Foundation, Ms. Moreno Cargie leads the Foundation’s work in healthy living with an emphasis on older adults. As vice president of corporate citizenship, Ms. Moreno Cargie works with leadership to leverage the health plan’s business practices, products, services and community engagement strategies, including corporate sponsorships and employee volunteerism, to make our communities stronger.
Before joining Tufts Health Plan, Ms. Moreno Cargie served as the director of global corporate citizenship for The Boeing Company, where she led corporate citizenship efforts at Boeing’s Chicago office using philanthropy, volunteerism and other strategies to address community issues and concerns. While at Boeing, she was appointed to serve as chief of staff to the Superintendent of the Chicago Public Schools, making her Boeing's first loaned executive in Chicago.
Ms. Moreno Cargie also served as vice president of communications and development for the Illinois Action for Children, deputy communications director for Barack Obama’s U.S. senate campaign in 2004, deputy commissioner for the Mayor's Office of Workforce Development in Chicago, communications director for the Chicago Park District, assistant commissioner of the Chicago Department of Human Services, and acting press secretary/public relations manager for the Chicago Public Schools.
Currently, Ms. Moreno Cargie serves on the Governor's Council to Address Aging in Massachusetts, the board of Grantmakers in Aging, the Executive Forum for Boston College’s Center for Corporate Citizenship and the Elder Stakeholders Group of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs. Ms. Moreno Cargie is a 2015 alum of LeadBoston, an experiential leadership program focusing on socially responsible leadership with an emphasis on how Boston works, and trends and issues that have an impact on the city's social and economic vitality.
Her bachelor’s degree is from Columbia College Chicago and she earned a master’s degree from North Park University.