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2015 Retirement Industry Conference

New Retirement Realities – Strategies for Success

April 15, 2015 – April 17, 2015
Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, Virginia USA
  • Jim Carroll

    Futurist, Trends and Innovation Expert


    Jim Carroll is one of the world's leading international futurists, trends and innovation experts, providing strategic guidance and insight to some of most prestigious organizations in the world for over twenty years. He is recognized worldwide as a "thought leader" and authority on: global trends, rapid business model change, business transformation in a period of economic uncertainty and the necessity for fast paced innovation. Carroll has a track record of inspiring organizations to reframe the opportunity for innovation in the context of significant, transformative change. 
  • Joseph F. Coughlin, Ph.D.

    Director, AgeLab
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Joseph Couglin's research provides insights on how demographic change, technology, social trends and consumer behavior will converge to drive future innovations in business and government. Based in MIT's Engineering Systems Division, he teaches policy and systems innovation and is author of the on-line publication Disruptive Demographics. Coughlin is one of Fast Company Magazine's "100 Most Creative People in Business" and was named by the Wall Street Journal as one of "12 pioneers inventing the future of retirement and how we will all live, work and play tomorrow." 
  • Tom Crawford

    Senior Managing Director, Strategic Communications
    FTI Consulting
  • Quincy Krosby, Ph.D.

    Chief Market Strategist
    Prudential Annuities

     In her capacity as Chief Market Strategist, Quincy Krosby is a member of Prudential’s investment management group for the annuities division, where she provides perspective on the global macro-economic environment and financial markets. Previously, she was the chief investment strategist for The Hartford, and global investment strategist for Deutsche Bank Asset Management. Earlier in her career, Krosby was a U.S. diplomat, serving in Washington and United States embassies abroad. In addition, she served as Assistant Secretary of Commerce and represented the United States to the International Monetary Fund.

For more information
    Contact Mary-Jo Adams