Monday, October 30, 2017

Women outnumber men and earn more degrees, yet men vastly outnumber women in executive leadership roles, including among public pension plans. TEXPERS Pension Observer magazine profiles two women who are leaders in Texas public pensions to find out what it took for them to rise through the ranks and why more women should do the same. Find out what they have to say and if they have any advice for their male peers in the new edition of TEXPERS Pension Observer. 

Things you'll learn in this issue:
  • A mistake in Kentucky could become an important lesson for Texas pensions.
  • Being a trustee isn't easy but two things will always be at the heart of the job.
  • What's good for corporate isn't good for public.
  • A new TEXPERS report indicates 93 state and local pension funds are maintaining positive trend performance.
  • It's not a good idea to keep a fund's actions secret, says an open meetings expert.

TEXPERS Pension Observer is published quarterly and is the official magazine of the Texas Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems. 

A print version is in the mail and will soon arrive in the mailboxes of TEXPERS members. 
Until then, enjoy the digital version below.

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