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Retirement Research Board

Retirement Research Board

Pursuing practical research aligned with membership priorities


T. Rowe Price

Catherine Collinson
Vice Chair

Transamerica Institute


Board Members

Laura Artz - View DCIIA Profile

Chatham Partners

Rob Austin - View DCIIA Profile

Alight Solutions

Bridget Bearden - View DCIIA Profile

Strooga Consulting

Drew Carrington - View DCIIA Profile

Franklin Templeton

Josh Cohen - View DCIIA Profile


Warren Cormier - View DCIIA Profile


Anne Coveney - View DCIIA Profile

T. Rowe Price

Robin Green - View DCIIA Profile

Ann Schleck & Company

Toni Griffin - View DCIIA Profile


Brett Hammond - View DCIIA Profile

Capital Group

Michael Kreps - View DCIIA Profile

Groom Law Group

Chris Nikolich - View DCIIA Profile


Matthew O'Hara - View DCIIA Profile


Cathy Peterson - View DCIIA Profile

J.P. Morgan

Jessica Sclafani - View DCIIA Profile

MFS Investment Management

Steve Wendel - View DCIIA Profile


The DCIIA Retirement Research Board

In 2014, DCIIA instituted a Retirement Research Board (RRB) to oversee the activities of the Retirement Research Center. Board members are selected from DCIIA member organizations based on their professional background and interest in pursuing research that can be impactful to those saving for retirement.

DCIIA’s RRB pursues practical research that informs better decision-making and offers steps toward improving retirement outcomes for American workers. It looks for research opportunities that are impactful, positively influential, unique, well suited to DCIIA’s strengths, and aligned with membership priorities.

The RRB is open to research collaborations with external parties, including: academic researchers, plan sponsors, research organizations, other non-profit organizations, and financial services organizations.

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