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NEWPORT BEACH, CA, Jan. 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association (DCIIA) and Women in Pensions Network (WiPN) are pleased to announce they have partnered to co-host a new event for their members, “Diversity, Inclusion, and Defined Contribution: A Conversation.”
The event agenda includes:
Opening Remarks and Welcome
Keynote and Q&A
Debi Hemmeter, Co-founder, LeanIn.org
Moving the Dial: Data, Diversity, and the Talent Pipeline
Reimagining Diversity and Inclusion in the Digital Era
Director, Strategy and Thought Leadership and Business Operations, Office of Inclusion and Collaboration, Cisco
Best Practices and the Path Forward
Susana Rinderle, Principal, Korn Ferry
Christina Stauffer, Head of DCIO Business Development, Thornburg Investment Management; Women in Pensions Network (WiPN)
DCIIA Innovation Forum
The following day, DCIIA hosts its annual Innovation Forum, a daylong member event, at PIMCO. That agenda includes:
Artificial Intelligence: How Much of a Disruptor Could It Be?
Considerations Around ESG Implementation
Warren Cormier, Executive Director, DCIIA Retirement Research Center
Blockchain Technology: What Does It All Mean?
Who’s Being Left Behind in Retirement Savings?
Lesley Slaton Brown, Chief Diversity Officer, HP
Eileen Kwei, Managing Director, Artisan Partners Limited Partnership
Founded in 2010, the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association (DCIIA) is a nonprofit association dedicated to enhancing retirement security. Toward this end, DCIIA fosters a dialogue among the leaders of the defined contribution community who are passionate about improving defined contribution outcomes. DCIIA’s more than 150 member organizations include investment managers, consultants, law firms, recordkeepers, insurance companies, plan sponsors and others committed to the best interests of plan participants. For more information, visit: www.dciia.org.
The Women in Pensions Network (WiPN) is a non-profit organization committed to the professional development of women in the retirement plan industry. Sponsored by leading firms that recognize the value that women’s voices bring to the workplace, WiPN welcomes individuals working for recordkeepers, TPAs, DCIO firms, broker-dealers, ERISA attorneys, financial advisors, and retirement consultants. Established in 2009, today WiPN boasts more than 800 members and 20 regional chapters across the country. For more information visit https://www.womeninpensionsnetwork.org/.
Karen Witham DCIIA 415-264-7691 firstname.lastname@example.org