Retirement Security Summit: The Evolving Social Contract

Source: Center for State and Local Government Excellence, June 15, 2015

On June 9, 2015, SLGE convened a Retirement Security Summit in order to explore pension and health benefit changes, retirement income trends, the implications of shifting demographics, and the evolving social contract with employees.

Program Moderator – Peter Harkness, Founder and Publisher Emeritus, Governing magazine
Welcome – Elizabeth Kellar, President & CEO, Center for State and Local Government Excellence
Introduction – Robert O’Neill, Executive Director, ICMA and Chair, Board of Directors, Center for State and Local Government Excellence
Keynote Speaker – Dallas Salisbury, President & CEO, Employee Benefit Research Institute [Download a pdf of Mr. Salisbury’s presentation]

Session 1: Retirement Income Trends and Pension Reforms

Dana Bilyeu, Executive Director, National Association of State Retirement Administrators [Download a pdf of Ms. Bilyeu’s presentation]
Gerri Madrid-Davis, Director, Financial Security & Consumer Affairs, State Advocacy & Strategy Integration, AARP [Download a pdf of Ms. Madrid-Davis’ presentation]
Bob Schultze, President & CEO, ICMA-RC
Wendy Dominguez, President and co-founder, Innovest Portfolio Solutions LLC

Session 2: The New Social Contract with Employees

Neil Reichenberg, Executive Director, International Public Management Association for Human Resources [Download a pdf of Mr. Reichenberg’s presentation]
Steven Kreisberg, Director of Collective Bargaining & Health Care Policy, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
Rebecca Hunter, Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Human Resources
Joshua Franzel, Vice President of Research, Center for State and Local Government Excellence [Download a pdf of Dr. Franzel’s presentation]

Session 3: Boosting Retirement Savings

Elizabeth Kellar, President & CEO, Center for State and Local Government Excellence
Cathie Eitelberg, National Public Sector Market Director, Segal Group [Download a pdf of Ms. Eitelberg’s presentation]
Steven Montagna, Chief Personnel Analyst, City of Los Angeles Personnel Department [Download a pdf of Mr. Montagna’s presentation]