Elizabeth Loewy is the co-founder and General Counsel at EverSafe, a technology company focused on the prevention of financial exploitation and identity theft in later life. Before joining EverSafe, Ms. Loewy was the Chief of the Elder Abuse Unit at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office for 18 years, and was previously Chief the Domestic Violence Unit. Ms. Loewy served as trial counsel in a high-profile case involving the late New York City philanthropist Brooke Astor, against Mrs. Astor’s son, the late Anthony Marshall, and his attorney, Francis Morrissey – in which both men were convicted. Ms. Loewy was a presenter at the White House Conference on Aging in July of 2015, and has been a speaker on the topic of elder fraud at a number of conferences and training sessions in the US and Europe (e.g. American Bankers Association, the American Bar Association, the Association of Certified Anti-Money-Laundering Specialists, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, the National District Attorneys Association, the National Adult Protective Services Association, the National Center for Victims of Crime, the National College of Probate Judges, the National White Collar Crime Center, as well as for banks, firms, bar associations, Attorneys General and District Attorneys’ Offices nationwide). She has been quoted in a number of periodicals including Consumer Reports, Kiplinger’s, the Wall Street Journal, US World and News Report, the NY Law Journal and appeared on ABC’s 20/20, ABC News, Business Radio on Sirius XM, and NPR.