Wesley Warren


Wesley Warren, Field Project Coordinator at the Front Porch Center for Innovation and Wellbeing, aims to leverage his background in research to advocate for evidence-supported technologies and interventions bettering the lives of older adults and caregivers within Front Porch Communities. After graduating from the University of San Francisco studying Psychology and minoring in Neuroscience and Health Studies, Wesley has gained experience implementing innovative solutions while serving a wide range of populations. He has previously engaged in his passion for serving underrepresented communities during his time contributing to the University of California, San Francisco’s Multitudes Project striving to provide accessible Dyslexia screening resources to young public school children throughout California, in addition to his work with UCSF’s Multimodal Intergenerational Social Contact Intervention (MISCI) combatting the social isolation commonly found amongst older adult populations, and continues to pursue forward-thinking and pragmatic solutions.