A Photo Finish in Lexington

A Photo Finish in Lexington

The 2015 NPEA Annual Conference is in the books and the results are official. The winners of this race are surely our members, who will benefit directly from leading industry information we brought home to assist them in becoming better prepared for retirement.

Our field of presenters included some of the nation's leading researchers and proponents of retirement planning and security, including Teresa Ghilarducci, Diane Oakley, Mary Beth Franklin and John Nelson, all of whom are regularly interviewed and quoted in the media. John Martin made us aware of the trends affecting the future of retirement systems and effectively communicating with three diverse generations of our members and staffs. Doug Robinson discussed new technology and business solutions within public sector organizations. John Nelson helped us understand what retirement readiness looks like from a more holistic perspective beyond just dollars and cents. And, long-time friends to NPEA, Robert Klausner and Tom Lussier, provided an annual update on pension case law and report on the current political landscape in Washington, respectively.

Rounding out the field were breakout sessions led by our fellow NPEA members discussing best practices for improving member services, communications and outreach. All of this while we enjoyed some good old Southern hospitality.

The presentations have been uploaded to the Members Only area of the website. Simply log in to view the amazing material shared at the conference. If you need to request a new login or have forgotten your password, please complete this form

Thank you, Lexington, for providing an amazing backdrop filled with local history, eclectic culture and a beautiful landscape for NPEA to gather once again.



 

1 comment (Add your own)

1. wrote:
This is my first time go to see at here and i am actually impressed to read everthing at
one place.

Sat, June 10, 2017 @ 4:32 PM

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