Benish will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of PSCA including programs, publications, conferences, and membership. “With Bob on board at PSCA, we can dedicate even more time to representing PSCA’s vision to policymakers, academics, and the media,” stated David Wray, president of the Profit Sharing/401k Council of America (PSCA), in a press release.
For more than two decades, Benish has served in management roles for a number of mutual fund and investment companies in New York, Boston, and Atlanta. Most recently, he was founder and president of the Retirement Education Center and has been a passionate supporter of financial literacy through Fin Lit 101, an online program for high school students, according to the announcement.
PSCA also said that other staff changes will be made to further support PSCA and its members. Hattie Greenan will devote more of her time to research as Research Manager and Kara Clark, PSCA editor, will take on increasing responsibilities in Communications and work closely with Bob Benish on the Education and Communications Committee.