Project Manager - Strategic Initiatives
Nicole Bloom is a whole-systems thinker and innovator with experience managing technology, people, projects, and programs to facilitate critical conversations and actions toward a healthier, more equitable and sustainable future. With engineering, business, and theological degrees, Nicole has facilitated health in a wide range of professional, community and personal contexts. Nicole designed and developed medical devices and diagnostics at startups and at IDEO product development and is an inventor with more than 20 patents. A congregational and community ritual leader, she served as the Jewish chaplain for Alta Bates Summit Medical Center for more than a decade. Nicole, a certified Project Management Professional, was Project Director for sexual and reproductive health policy research for the University of California, San Francisco and was the founding director of the Coordinating Center for the Osher Collaborative for Integrative Medicine. Nicole earned dual degrees in mechanical engineering and organizational behavior management from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and Wharton Business School, and received her MA from the Graduate Theological Union.