Consulting Research Scholar, Financial Security Division
Steve Vernon, F.S.A., is a Consulting Research Scholar at the Stanford Center on Longevity, in the Financial Security Division. He uses his actuarial expertise and experience to address the series of critical decisions and issues facing older workers and retirees throughout the rest of their lives, including finances, health, and lifestyle. He has published seven books on retirement planning, has written more than 1,000 posts on retirement and longevity topics for CBS MoneyWatch and Forbes.com, and speaks frequently at conferences and employee groups on retirement and longevity topics.
Before joining the Stanford Center on Longevity, he worked for over 35 years as a consulting actuary, helping Fortune 1000 companies design, manage and communicate their retirement programs. He worked as a Consultant for Mercer, the human resources consulting firm, and retired as a Vice President from Watson Wyatt after a 25-year career.
He is a Fellow in the Society of Actuaries, and graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of California, Irvine, with a double major in mathematics and social science.
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