Liz Loewy

Co-Founder & COO
Liz Loewy

Stranger Danger: Life or Death Data Science
Tuesday, April 7th, Room Four

Liz Loewy is Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at EverSafe, a technology platform that monitors the financial health of seniors and families for fraud, identity theft, and age-related issues. Before coming to EverSafe, Liz was a prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and oversaw that Office’s Domestic Violence Unit before assisting in the creation of its first Elder Abuse Prosecution Unit, serving as its Chief for 18 years. She was trial counsel in a number of high-profile cases, including the successful prosecution involving the well-known New York City philanthropist, Brooke Astor.

Liz currently serves as EverSafe’s subject matter expert on elder fraud and as liaison to partners including financial services professionals, attorneys, government agencies, and health and aging organizations. She participated in the first National Policy Summit on Elder Abuse in Washington, DC in 2001 and presented at the most recent White House Conference on Aging in July of 2015. She was a panelist at the 2019 Milken Institute’s Global Conference, and has been a guest speaker on the subject of elder financial abuse at conferences in the US and Europe, including those hosted by the North American Securities Administrators Association, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the American Bankers Association, the Association of
Certified Anti Money-Laundering Specialists, the National College of Probate Judges, the National Adult Protective Services Association, the American Bar Association, state bar associations, commercial financial institutions, as well as district attorneys’ offices and police departments across the US.

Liz serves on the boards of HelpAge USA and the Financial Exploitation Advisory Board of the National Adult Protective Services Association. She is the author of a book entitled “Financial Exploitation of the Elderly: Legal Issues, Prevention, Prosecution, Social Service Advocacy” (Civiic Research Institute). She received the National Adult Protective Services’ Collaboration Award (2011), Albany Law School’s Kate Stoneman Award (2013), and was cited as one of NYC’s “50 Inspiring Fintech Females” by NYC FinTech Women in 2019. Liz has been quoted in a number of periodicals including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Consumer Reports, Money, Kiplinger’s, the NYTimes, and the NY Law Journal, and appeared on ABC’s 20/20, CNBC, ABC News, and NPR.