Alberto Ortega-Hinojosa serves as the inaugural Data and Insights Officer at The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, where he manages the foundation’s strategy monitoring and reporting system to ensure stakeholders’ access to high-quality data needed for decision-making. With over sixteen years of experience in program management and research, Alberto’s expertise spans policy analysis, statistical analysis, geographic information systems (GIS), public health practice, and stakeholder-driven data communication.

Prior to joining the Packard Foundation, Alberto dedicated eight years to the Center for Elders’ Independence, where he represented the organization in external relations with government officials, served as a liaison with partner senior care organizations, and researched long-term care policies and regulations to advise on matters affecting the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). He also worked as a Principal Associate at the American Institutes for Research.

Alberto is passionate about improving population well-being, healthy aging, and addressing health inequities.