Lorraine Morgan is a registered nurse and social gerontologist. Her educational, academic, management and practice work over the past 30 years has been around ageing and working with the older person in the NHS, private sector and voluntary housing sector.  She is a lay appointed member of the Ministerial Advisory Group on Ageing at Welsh Government and has the lead for Health and Education.

She is also a Board Member of two voluntary sector housing organisations, recent Chair of My Home Life Cymru, and Chair of the Wales special interest group on ageing, nursing and the older person. Her post graduate research was around choice, participation and monitoring of quality provision for older people living in supported accommodation.  

Her most recent employment for which she retired in July 2013 was as the academic manager with the lead for Health at the Open University in Wales.  This is where she was awarded a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.  Her work is underpinned by an active membership of the British Society of Gerontology and she has presented several conference papers over the past few years. She is now an independent consultant on ageing, a visiting professor of gerontological care practice and working with universities in Europe as well as organisations in the UK.