RI has partnered with the Committee on Workers Capital (CWC) to publish a series of CWC Trustee Profile interviews with union-nominated pension fund trustees that touch on the role of individual board members in driving innovation around responsible investment at their funds. This installment is with Sharon Hendricks, Vice-Chair of the CalSTRS Board of Trustees.
Steve Davis, a bicycle shop teacher at Seven Hills Middle School in Nevada City, California: “This is my passion. I love working with kids and I love working on bikes, and I’m just as fortunate as I can be to do what I’m doing.”
CalSTRS member Dan Bunz has a celebrated past and a secure future. A first-round draft pick for the San Francisco 49ers in 1976, Dan’s football career included a famous game-saving tackle called “The Stop” in the 1982 Super Bowl.
In 1995, Dan discovered his second love – teaching Physical Education at Sutter Middle School in Sacramento. He now also spends part of his time with special needs children at Sutter. For his third act, Dan and his wife, Elizabeth, farm and sell lavender products on their foothill property near Sacramento.
CalSTRS celebrates and honors its dedicated members. In this second of an ongoing series of member profiles, we take a peek into the retired life of CalSTRS member Frances Cholewa. Her CalSTRS defined benefit pension and her natural energy allow her to continue to educate the public in a unique location.
CalSTRS celebrates and honors its dedicated members. In this first of an ongoing series of member profiles, we spend a day with CalSTRS member Dr. Genevieve Shepherd, principal at Tom Bradley Global Awareness Magnet school in Los Angeles.
Dr. Shepherd has since retired and we congratulate her on a 56-year career.
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