Fall Webinar Online

Blog entry Jack Ehnes

It was good to speak with active members during our recent Fall Webinar, Perspectives: CalSTRS 2011. Nearly 300 of you joined me online and over the phone as Deputy Chief Executive Officer Peggy Plett and I sorted through the facts and fiction about the security of your pension.

You asked many thoughtful questions regarding CalSTRS long-term funding outlook. We were happy to extend the schedule to accommodate as many questions as time allowed. We were still receiving calls as the webinar drew to a close, and that’s great. Those questions will be answered in our next issue of CalSTRS Connections.

It is clear to me that you want the very latest news and information about CalSTRS funding outlook. You want to know how to sort out the noise, how the funding gap affects you and how you can get involved.

That’s exactly why we hold webinars, audio town hall meetings, provide CalSTRS speakers for your local association meetings, and ask you to stay connected with us on this website, Facebook, and Twitter.

As we move forward with a new administration and a new legislative session, I believe it’s vital that you remain up-to-date and accurately informed of the issues that will be debated. There’s much on the horizon and keeping you informed and giving you opportunities to discuss and participate is one of our top priorities.

What can you do? Stay connected here at CalSTRSbenefits.us. Submit your questions about CalSTRS Defined Benefit and funding the future to me at Ask Jack. We plan to announce additional webinars in upcoming months, so be sure to sign up to receive e-mail alerts and our latest e-newsletter.

In the meantime, if you missed our Fall Webinar, you can listen to a recording at the link provided on this website.


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