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Organization and Staff 


Organization Structure


Executive Office

 The Executive Office is responsible for the overall management of the Public School Employees’ Retirement System to achieve the primary objectives of the Fund as established by the Board of Trustees. 

The Executive Director serves as chief executive officer responsible for the establishment, installation, and maintenance of modern management techniques to provide an efficient control of funds for and services to the active members and annuitants of the System. Reporting directly to the Executive Director are the Deputy Executive Director, Assistant Executive Director, Chief Investment Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Internal Auditor, Press Secretary, and Legislative Liaison.


The Executive Office monitors the operation of the investment portfolio and evaluates portfolio performance for consideration by the Board, certifies expenditures of the Fund, and measures performance of professional individuals or firms with whom the Board contracts for specialized services. The Executive Office also apprises the Board of any development that will in any way affect the System and its operation.


Investment Office


The Investment Office is responsible for the investment activities of the System. In accordance with the investment policy established by the Board, PSERS’ investment assets are allocated to numerous outside professional investment advisors and internal investment professionals.


Office of Chief Counsel


The legal staff is responsible for representing the System in all administrative hearings and other litigation matters and providing counsel on a wide variety of matters including the interpretation of the Retirement Code, the form and legality of all System contracts, corporate governance issues and the structure and implementation of the System’s varied financial investments.


Internal Auditor’s Office


The Internal Auditor’s Office performs systematic reviews of the various activities of PSERS, testing for compliance with applicable laws, policies and procedures. The Internal Auditor makes recommendations on the improvement of the System’s internal control system.

Office of Financial Management


The Office of Financial Management has responsibility for planning, organizing and directing a complete accounting and financial reporting system in conformance with generally accepted accounting principles. Oversight is provided for new systems development and maintenance of existing systems, and ensuring appropriate accounting controls. The Office is the liaison for other state and federal agencies, reporting units, financial consultants, actuaries, and investment advisors for all accounting matters.  

The Deputy Executive Director


The Deputy Executive Director directly oversees the benefit programs for all active and retired members of the System, the development and implementation of the member and employer communications programs and the member counseling programs, and the maintenance of agency policies, procedures, and benefit related data.  Additionally, this position supervises a Chief Information Officer who oversees business and information technology strategic planning, policy development, and implementation.  The organizational units directly reporting to this position include the Bureau of Benefits Administration, the Bureau of Communications and Counseling, and the Bureau of Information Management.  The position oversees the Bureau of Information Technology through the Chief Information Officer.  

Assistant Deputy Executive Director

This position reports to the Executive Director and may provide assistance to the Executive Director on agency-wide projects.  The position administers the Health Options and Premium Assistance Programs in addition to the facilities, human resources, and procurement activities necessary to support, secure and optimize agency operations.  Organizational units overseen by the Assistant Executive Director include the Bureau of Administration, the Human Resources Office, and the Health Insurance Office.

Administrative Staff

Executive Director

Glen R. Grell

Chief Investment Officer

James H. Grossman Jr.

Deputy Executive Director

 Jennifer A. Mills

Chief Counsel    ​

Charles Serine

Chief Financial Officer

Brian S. Carl

Chief Technology Officer

​ Steve Goldstein

Assistant Executive Director

Joseph E. Wasiak

Director of Benefits Administration

​ Todd D. Fulton

Director of Communications and Counseling

Eugene W. Robison

Director of Retiree Health Insurance

 Peter Camacci

Director of Information Technology

​ Steven Goldstein

Director of Administration

​ Patricia Dence

Internal Auditor

​ Vacant

Director of Human Resources

​ Charles D. Hodge

Director of Government Relations

Antonio Parisi

​ Communications Director

Evelyn M. Williams