Loren Galler Rabinowitz is a motivational speaker and resident physician in internal medicine living in New York City. Just three weeks after graduating from Harvard University, in June of 2010, she was crowned Miss Massachusetts and went on to compete at the 2011 Miss America Pageant. Loren raised more money for Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH) than any other contestant in the history of Miss America's partnership with CMNH. As a result, Loren was awarded the Miracle Maker Award for her committment to improving pediatric health.


Loren is a United States Figure Skating Bronze Medalist in Ice Dancing, and was named the 2011 Scholar/Athlete of the year by the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. She is also a published poet, a classical pianist and attends Columbia Medical School. 


As a grandchild of Holocaust survivors and the only Jewish contestant at the 2011 Miss America pageant, Loren is committed to Holocaust education and telling her grandparents' incredible story of survival.


She also has twin sisters, Danielle and Arielle, who are musician-composers in the joint Harvard-New England Conservatory of Music A.B./Masters Program.



Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

M.D., 2015


Harvard University

English, 2006 - 2010


Figure Skating:

Ten-time international medalist and four-time national medalist in ice dance (with David Mitchell).


United States Figure Skating National and World Teams (1999-2006)

•2004 United States Ice Dancing Bronze Medalist 

•2003 Junior World Ice Dancing Pewter Medalist

•2002 United States Ice Dancing Junior Champion

•2000 United States Ice Dancing Novice Champion


Represented the United States at International Skating Union Junior Grand Prix and Grand Prix events, in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Norway, Germany, China, Japan and Russia.


Charity performances: Star performer in benefit figure skating performances for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, the Jimmy Fund for Pediatric Cancer Research, the Special Olympics, Susan G. Komen Fund for Breast Cancer, the Salvation Army and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.