Richard Hiller has served since 2010 as senior vice president for government and religious markets for TIAA-CREF, responsible for pension, supplemental savings and retiree health care services for state and local government employers and employees. Before taking his current post, he served as TIAA-CREF's vice president for institutional business development and, earlier, as vice president for its Western Division consulting services.

A graduate of the State University of New York at Albany, Hiller is a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority registered principal and registered representative. He also is a member of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce board of directors and the board of advisors for the Stetson University College of Arts and Sciences.

January 18, 2016

Getting Public Workers the Retirement Income They Need

Retirement plans should move toward an investment approach that focuses on lifetime income rather than wealth accumulation.