MOSERS interim leader Stegmann promoted to permanent role

Ronda Stegmann, who has been serving as interim director of the Missouri State Employees Retirement System since January, was named the new executive director of the system, which manages more than $8 billion in assets for about 113,000 current and former state employees and their beneficiaries.

Stegmann took over the role on an interim basis when the retirement system’s board of directors fired her predecessor, John Watson. The board approved her promotion this week in an unanimous vote.

Before January, she worked as MOSERS’ legislative and policy coordinator. She came to the retirement system in 2015 after 16 years with the Missouri Legislature’s Joint Committee on Public Employee Retirement.

Read more: Jefferson City News-Tribune

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