2020 Membership Renewal Underway!

All current NCTR members will be invoiced via email during the week of November 11.  Please contact Robyn Wheeler, Assistant Executive Director of NCTR, if you have not received your invoice by November 15.

Not Yet a Member?

Join forces with THE Resource for fostering strategic partnerships, providing training and pension advocacy for the educational community. Our vision is a strong and secure retirement future for all teachers and educational employees. NCTR is a non-profit association offering several networking, educational and sponsorship opportunities throughout each membership year. Join our community of public pension plans, top consultants, investment managers, actuaries, attorneys and technology experts, while together we form a strong foundation to secure retirement for America’s teachers.

If you have any questions regarding your membership status with NCTR, or how to become a new member, contact Robyn Wheeler at rwheeler@nctr.org or (916) 509-7260.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

20nov3:00 pm4:00 pmFederal Webinar: Limited Partner Advisory Committees

19julAll Day2220th Annual Trustee Workshop

10octAll Day14Featured2020 Conference: La Jolla, CA

NATIONAL COUNCIL ON TEACHER RETIREMENT ANNOUNCES NEW OFFICERS

ELK GROVE, Calif. – Brian Guthrie, Executive Director of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas (Texas TRS), was installed as President of the National Council on Teacher Retirement (NCTR) at its 97th Annual Conference in Nashville, TN. Guthrie’s one-year term began on October 15.

Guthrie has served with Texas TRS for more than 11 years. Guthrie has an extensive background in government, legislative relations, budgeting and finance. Prior to joining TRS, he worked in the Texas Governor’s Office of Budget, Planning and Policy for eight years; served as budget advisor to two lieutenant governors; and began his career at the Legislative Budget Board. In addition to his familiarity with state budget policy, Guthrie has also worked on higher education, criminal justice, public retirement systems, and state health insurance issues.

Guthrie succeeds past president Roger Rea, Vice President, Omaha SERS. In addition to the installation of president, newly elected NCTR Executive Board members include: David Keefe, Chair, New York STRS; and Marshall Thompson, Trustee, Minnesota TRA. Reelected members include Debbie Simonds, Board Chair, TRS of Georgia; and Janis Elliott, Chairperson, Nebraska PERS.

NCTR is an independent association dedicated to safeguarding the integrity of public retirement systems in the United States and its territories to which educational employees belong and to promoting the rights and benefits of all present and future members of the systems. NCTR’s mission is to be “THE Resource for fostering strategic partnerships, providing training and pension advocacy for the educational community.”

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Federal Webinar

“Back to Basics: Fiduciary Duty”

Did you miss NCTR’s September 26th Federal webinar? To listen to the webinar and view the referenced slides, please click below.

Did You Miss It?

“Best Practices for Serving Retired Members”

Did you miss NCTR’s latest CSN webinar? To listen to the webinar and view the accompanying PowerPoints and handouts, please click here.

California State Teachers’ Retirement System Board Elects Chair and Vice Chair

Board members selected Sharon Hendricks as Chair and Harry Keiley as Vice Chair

Government Relations Updates

Weekly FYIs

November 13, 2019

Focus on Investments in Washington, D.C.

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November 13, 2019

Renewed Focus on ESG, Responsible Investing and Fossil Fuels 

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November 13, 2019

 Arnold Ventures Hires New VP of Public Finance

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