Jan Finn

President & CEO
Midwest Transplant Network
Jan 2

Brief Bio

Jan Finn is the current President and Chief Executive Officer of Midwest Transplant Network (MWTN). Prior to her current role she served as the Vice President & Chief Operations Officer from 1998 – 2017. As President and CEO, she provides executive leadership to team of 215+ full-time staff and is responsible for a budget of $68 million. Jan is a recognized leader for innovation and outcomes in the donation community, as noted by numerous awards, including the recipient of the 2004 Association of Organ Procurement Organizations Achievement Award for Excellence. She has served on numerous Boards and committees, including the UNOS/OPTN Board of Directors, NATCO Board of Directors, AOPO annual meeting chair, the HHS Advisory Committee on Organ Transplantation, UNOS Patient Affairs Committee and the Missouri Governor’s Advisory Council on Organ and Tissue Donation. Jan is currently President-Elect for AOPO, the association for organ procurement organizations. She holds a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Kansas as well as other professional degrees.

Area(s) of Focus
Leadership of the organ and tissue procurement organization.

Patient Group: Adult, Pediatric & Neonatal
Areas of Practice: Procurement


The Alliance continues to provide incredible learning opportunities for the donation and transplantation community. I value the power of education and am committed to sharing known practices that lead to improvement. I am fortunate to have witnessed the evolution of the Alliance as it stemmed from the Organ Donation Breakthrough Collaborative era which I was involved as part of the faculty and realize the importance of continuing such efforts. The Alliance leads with other National organizations in collaboration and commitment to the growth of organ and tissue transplantation.

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