PENSION ADMINISTRATION AND ACT 205 OVERVIEW

Thursday, August 15, 2019 - 8:30 AM

The session will cover the fiduciary responsibility of the Pension Administrator and include a discussion on Act 205 including the Act’s stated purpose of bringing all municipal plans to the point where assets are sufficient to fund all future pension benefits for covered employees.

This session will be helpful for local government leaders including finance officers, pension committee members, pension plan administrators, and other employees working with the municipality’s pension plan.

Topic areas will include:
  • Pension Administration
  • Act 205 Overview
Schedule:
Registration and Breakfast (Breakfast provided) - 8:30 - 9:00 am
Pension Administration and Act 205 Overview - 9:00 -10:45 am
(GFOA-PA Central Region Board members) - Board Meeting - 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Speakers:
  • Karen Deklinski
    Executive Director/Pennsylvania Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems (PAPERS)
    Karen Deklinski is currently the Executive Director for the Pennsylvania Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems (PAPERS). The Association represents all public pension plans in Pennsylvania. PAPERs focus is on members’ fiduciary responsibility and is the Leader in Trustee Education. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in political science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a master’s in Public Administration from the Fels Center at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She is a graduate of the Duke University Executive Leadership Series and the Kutztown Small Business Development Program Center.
  • Marita Kelley, MPA
    Central Office Regional Director/Commonwealth of PA Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED)
    Marita J. Kelley, MPA – Currently serves as, Central Office Regional Director, under Deputy Secretary of Community Affairs and Development, Rick Vilello, Department of Community and Economic Development, Commonwealth of PA. My primary responsibilities involve promoting and executing the various Community and Business Opportunity Programs within the Deputate. These programs include the Keystone Communities Program, Neighborhood Assistance Program, and various Community and Business Development programs.
Event Questions? Michael Lehman - mlehman@lasa.org
Continuing Education Credit: Yes Program level of difficulty - Overview / 2 Hours of Continuing Education Credits - Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Location:

Lower Allen Townshhip Municipal Services Center

2233 Gettysburg Road

Camp Hill, PA  17011

(717) 975-7575
Cost: $25 Members / $35 Non-members / $15 Students
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