Rajean Moone

Rajean Moone
Faculty Director, Long-Term Care Administration for Professionals
College of Continuing and Professional Studies, Twin Cities

Associate Director of Education, Center for Healthy Aging and Innovation, School of Public Health

Member, Interprofessional Geriatrics Coordinating Council, Minnesota Northstar Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Project, Office of Academic Clinical Affairs

  • Health
  • Family and social relationships
  • Health conditions
  • Health policy


Rajean Moone, Ph.D., is the faculty director for long-term care administration in the College of Continuing and Professional Studies at the University of Minnesota. He serves as the associate director of education for the Center for Healthy Aging and Innovation in the School of Public Health.

Moone’s experience includes working at the Minnesota state unit on aging and area agencies on aging, and leading Training to Serve and the Minnesota Leadership Council on Aging. 

He is a member of the Governor’s Council on an Age-Friendly Minnesota, the MN Association of Geriatrics Inspired Clinicians Board, and the FamilyMeans Board. He is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America, a lifetime member of the Minnesota Gerontological Society, a McNair Scholar, and a Congressional/Health and Aging Policy Fellow. 

Moone holds a Minnesota nursing home administrator’s license.

Notable Achievements

2020 Sigma Phi Omega Honor Society in Gerontology

2018 Catherine F. Croghan Award for LGBT Aging Advocacy

2017 Gerontological Society of America Fellow

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Talking healthcare for LGBTQ older adults with U of M

LGBTQ older adults face a myriad of unique challenges in our health ecosystem. Dr. Rajean Moone discusses what these challenges are and how patients, providers and loved ones can ensure that they are receiving high quality care.