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Section Committee - Committee on Post Retirement Needs and Risks

This committee initiates and coordinates the development and maintenance of educational materials, continuing education programs and research related to risks and needs during the post–retirement period. This includes making data accessible on these risks, modeling these risks and methods to manage these risks.

  • Anna M. Rappaport, Chairperson
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  • Andrew J. Peterson
  • Chet Andrzejewski
  • Joseph Austin Applebaum
  • Barbara A. Beckmann
  • Carol A. Bogosian
  • Elizabeth S. Byrd
  • Todd Bryden
  • Steve P. Cooperstein
  • John B. (Jack) Cumming, Retired
  • Janet G. Deskins
  • Ronald Gebhardtsbauer
  • Ross Mark Krinsky
  • Connie S. Lam
  • Grace Lattyak
  • Cynthia L. Levering
  • Sandy Mackenzie**
  • Tonya Bowman Manning
  • Barbara S. Marder
  • Laura L. Mitchell*
  • Stephen Mitchell†
  • Steven C. Newman
  • John M. O'Sullivan
  • Richard C. Pretty
  • Noor Rajah
  • Zenaida M. Samaniego
  • Steven W. Schoonveld
  • Richard G. Schreitmueller
  • Eric T. Sondergeld
  • John Turner‡
  • Steve Vernon
  • Teresa Russ Winer
  • Henry N. Winslow
  • Susan Martz
  • Loida Abraham, LTC Edge
  • Nevin E. Adams, Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI)
  • John Ameriks, Vanguard Center for Retirement Research
  • Gary Anderson, Texas Municipal Retirement systems
  • Pablo Antolin, OECD
  • Kristen Arnold, National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI)
  • Azita Bassiji, Aon Hewitt
  • Hazel Bateman, University of New South Wales
  • Vickie Bajtelsmit, Colorado State University
  • Laurel Beedon, National Academy of Social Insurance
  • Alex Beer, Department for Work and Pensions (UK)
  • Stephanie Bell-Rose, TIAA-CREF
  • Bradley D. Belt, Palisades Capital Advisors, LLC
  • Christine E. Bishop, Schneider Institute for Health Policy, Brandeis University
  • David Blake, Cass Business School, Pensions Institute
  • David S. Blitzstein, United Food & Commercial Workers
  • Zvi Bodie, Boston University School of Management
  • Dorothy Bossung, Lowery Asset Consulting
  • Lans Bovenberg, NETSPAR
  • Jeffrey R. Brown, University of Illinois
  • Jeremy Burke, RAND Corporation
  • Barbara Butrica, The Urban Institute
  • Stacy Canan, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • James H. Carr, Center for American Progress
  • Sewin Chan, New York University
  • Judy J. Chapa, Financial Services Roundtable
  • Peng Chen, Ibbotson Associates
  • Joshua R. Cohen, Russell Investments
  • Craig Copeland, EBRI
  • Roderick B. Crane, TIAA–CREF
  • Diana Crossan, Retirement Commission, New Zealand
  • Jeff N. Cruz, U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging
  • John Cutler, U.S. Office of Personnel Management
  • Sharon Danes, University of MN, Dept. of Family Social Science
  • Jon Dauphin, AARP Public Policy Institute
  • E. Philip Davis, national Institute of Economic & Social Research
  • Richard A. Davies, Alliance Bernstein
  • Marius de Toit, Financial Service Board (South Africa)
  • Monica Dragut, Mercer
  • Matthew Drinkwater, LIMRA International
  • Tim Driver, RetirementJobs.com, Inc.
  • Irena Dushi, Social Security Administration
  • Douglas J. Elliott, Center on Federal Financial Institutions
  • Christine S. Fahlund, T. Rowe Price Investment Services, Inc.
  • Tom Feltner, Woodstock Institute
  • Edward Ferrigno, Profit Sharing Council of America
  • Jason Fichtner, George Mason University
  • Michael S. Finke, Texas Tech University
  • Maggie Flowers, Wider Opportunities for Women
  • Lynn Franzoi, LLF Consulting
  • Rebecca Frasher, State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio
  • Gregory Freeman, Strategic Stewardship
  • Deborah L. Frett, Business and Professional Women's Foundation
  • Robert B. Friedland, National Academy on Aging
  • Donald E. Fuerst, American Academy of Actuaries
  • Richard K. Fullmer, T. Rowe Price
  • Wayne Gates, John Hancock Life Insurance Co.
  • Martha Gaudet, Strategic Advisers, Inc.
  • C. Ian Genno, Ofc of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada
  • John R. Gist, American Association of Retired Persons
  • Howard Gleckman, The Urban Institute
  • Gregory G. Gocek, Gocek Consulting, LLC
  • Joshua Gotbaum, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
  • Poobalan Govender, Old Mutual
  • David Kaleda, Groom Law Group – Chartered
  • Matthew Greenwald, Matthew Greenwald & Associates
  • Sam Gutterman, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
  • Sally Hass, Weyerhaeuser Co.
  • Cynthia Hayes, Merrill Lynch
  • Peter Heller, International Monetary Fund
  • Marilyn Hennessy, Retirement Research Foundation
  • Abraham Hernandez, Vitalis (Mexico)
  • Catherine Hill, American Association of University Women
  • Paul Hodge, Harvard University
  • Paula Hogan, Hogan Financial Mgmt.
  • Barbara Hogg, Hewitt Associates
  • Sarah Holden, Investment Company Institute
  • Cindy Hounsell, Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement
  • Susan N. Houseman, W.E. Upjohn Institute
  • Kelli Hueler, Hueler Companies
  • H. Allan Hunt, W.E. Upjohn Institute
  • Michael Hurd, Rand Corporation
  • Keith Hylind, MetLife
  • Howard M. Iams, Social Security Administration
  • R. Evan Inglis, The Terry Group 
  • J. Mark Iwry, U.S. Treasury Department
  • Estelle James, Consultant
  • Heather E. Jerbi, American Academy of Actuaries
  • Charles Jeszeck, U.S. Accountability Office (GAO)
  • David C. John, Public Policy Institute, AARP
  • James L. Jones, Deloitte Consulting LLP
  • Nancy Kichak, U.S. Office of Personnel Management
  • Raymond J. Kirk, Retired
  • Linda Koco, Consultant
  • Leslie Kramerich, Investment Company Institute
  • Olena Berg Lacy, Financial Engines
  • Sharon Lacy, Bedrock Capital Management, Inc.
  • Cary O. Lakenbach, Actuarial Strategies Inc.
  • David Lehrer, U.S. Government Accountability Office
  • Jules Lichtenstein, U.S. Small Business Administration
  • David A. Littell, The American College
  • Deborah Lucas, MIT Sloan Management
  • Lori Lucas, Callan Associates Inc.
  • Martin Kristofer Lunnon, Government Actuary's Department, London, UK
  • Annamaria Lusardi, Dartmouth College
  • Maya MacGuineas, New America Foundation
  • David Manuszak, Retired
  • Chris Mayer, Longbridge Financial
  • Lou Mazawey, Groom Law Group
  • Lawrence J. (Mac) McCarthy, McCarthy Actuarial Consulting
  • Irene Meader, U.S. Office of Personnel Management
  • Betty Meredith, International Foundation for Retirement Education
  • Rick Miller, Sensible Financial Planning
  • John N. Migliaccio, MetLife Mature
  • Lew Minsky, Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Assn.
  • Anne Montgomery, National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI)
  • Janemarie Mulvey, SBA Office of Advocacy
  • Sally M. Natchek, International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
  • Ronald C. Nelson, Northwestern Mutual
  • Joseph Nichols, FTI Consulting
  • Chris O'Flinn, ELM Income Group, Inc.
  • Diane Oakley, National Institute on Retirement Security
  • Michael Orszag, Towers Watson
  • Dan R. Osterhout, Community Senior Capital
  • Hector, L. Ortiz, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Leslie E. Papke, Michigan State University
  • Sunit R. Patel, Fidelity Investments
  • Pamela Perun, Consultant
  • Michael Walter Peskin, Morgan Stanley Investment Management
  • Wade D. Pfau, The American College
  • John W.R. Phillips, National Institute on Aging
  • Beth Pickenpaugh, Fullen Financial Group
  • Lisa C. Plymate, Doctors of America
  • Robert Powell, Market Watch/Dow Jones
  • Kathleen Quinn, National Adult Protective Services Assoc. (NAPSA)
  • Dory Rand, Woodstock Institute
  • William Rayner, Government Actuary’s Department (UK)
  • Donald Redfoot, AARP
  • Cordelia Reimers, Hunter College
  • Virginia Reno, National Academy of Social Insurance
  • Sara Rix, AARP Public Policy Institute
  • Joanna Rotenberg, Office of Strategic Management, BMO Financial Group
  • Adam Rust, Reinvestment Partners
  • Dallas Salisbury, Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI)
  • Richard C. Salmen, Gtrust Financial Partners
  • David K. Sandberg, Allianz Life Insurance Co. of NA
  • Stacy Sanders, Medicare Rights Center
  • Gerald F. Schnurr, Retired
  • Andrea Sellars, Retired
  • Richard C. Shea, Covington & Burling LLP
  • Noreen Siba, International Longevity Center–UK
  • Steven C. Siegel, Society of Actuaries
  • Catherine Love Soper, Punter Southall Transactions
  • P.J. Eric Stallard, Duke University
  • Kathleen A. Stewart, Fiduciary Research
  • Julie Stich, International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
  • Karin Maloney Stifler, True Wealth Advisors, LLC
  • Linda K. Stone, Retired
  • Janet Stotsky, International Monetary Fund
  • Jody Strakosch, Strakosch Retirement Strategies, LLC
  • Barbara Stucki, National Council on Aging
  • Kenn Tacchino, Widener University
  • Pamela Teaster, University of Kentucky
  • Susan Thorp, The University of Technology – Sydney
  • Sandra Timmermann, MetLife Mature Market Institute
  • Thomas O. Toale, U.S. Pensions MetLife
  • Frank Todisco, U.S. Government Accountability Office
  • Joseph A. Tomlinson, Tomlinson Financial Planning, LLC
  • Jack Towarnicky, Willis North America
  • Robert K. Triest, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
  • Deborah Tucker, National Retirement Plan Coalition
  • Elvin Turner, Turner Consulting, LLC
  • Cori E. Uccello, American Academy of Actuaries
  • Mark Ugoretz
  • Stephen P. Utkus, Vanguard Center for Retirement Research
  • Lise Valentine, The Civic Federation
  • Jack L. Van Derhei, Consultant
  • Michele Varnhagen, Chief Policy Advisor, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce
  • Andrew Vaughan, Barnett Waddingham LLP
  • Lois A. Vitt, Institute for Socio-Financial Studies
  • Lewis J. Walker, The Investment Coach
  • Anthony Webb, International Longevity Center in New York
  • Wendy A. Weiss, Consultant
  • Debra Whitman, U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging
  • Michael L. Wilson, Integrity Financial Planning
  • Richard Woltmann, Bay Area Legal Services, Inc.
  • Ben Woloshin, Longbridge Financial
  • David Wray, Profit Sharing Council of America
  • Paul Yakoboski, TIAA–CREF Institute
  • Chuck Yanikoski, Still River Retirement Planning Software, Inc.
  • Anne Yates
  • Joanna Young, The RAND Corporation
  • Mary B. Young, The Conference Board's Mature Workforce Project
  • Walter Zultowski, WZ Research & Consulting, LLC