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Excellence and Innovation Awards
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EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION AWARDS

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Are you (or is someone you know) doing something innovative to improve retirement security for plan participants? 

Pensions & Investments and DCIIA are once again co-sponsoring awards for excellence and innovation by DC plan executives. We're looking for programs implemented on or after January 1, 2018.

The nomination deadline has been extended until June 12 -- please nominate yourself, a colleague, or an industry peer today!

Full details can be found at www.pionline.com/innovationawards2019.

Winners will be honored at:
Pensions & Investments’ 2019 West Coast DC Conference
November 3-5, 2019
Hilton Bayfront in San Diego.

Contact us on info@dciia.org for details or if you have questions.


2018 Excellence and Innovation Awards

Since 2012, DCIIA and Pensions and Investments (P&I) have co-sponsored this annual award for defined contribution plan sponsors. These awards are designed to recognize DC plan executives and their employers for well-executed, creative and unusual projects that help ensure participants have an adequate income at retirement. Entries are judged on innovation well as excellence in execution.

The winners were announced at Pensions & Investments’ 2018 West Coast Defined Contribution Conference.

The innovation winners were:

  • Tobias Read, Oregon state treasurer, Salem, and chairman of the Oregon Retirement Savings Board.
  • Marco Merz, director of defined contribution, and Arthur Guimaraes, chief operating officer, Office of the Chief Investment Officer of the Regents, University of California, Oakland.

The excellence winners were:

  • Mary Nell Billings, the Memphis, Tennessee-based senior director, global retirement programs for Hilton Worldwide.
  • Kerstin Aiello, senior benefits manager, Synopsis Inc., Mountain View, California.
  • Diana Winalski, Stamford, Connecticut-based head of 401(k) product management, International Paper Co.
  • Lisa Montalvo, benefits division leader and plan administrator, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California, and Michelle Ryan, investment program manager, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico.
  • Tricia Miyoshi, human resources manager, Package Pavement Co. Inc., Stormville, New York.

Congratulations to all the winners!


Source: 
Pensions & Investments