Robert Willis

Robert Willis

Robert Willis is professor of economics and research professor in the Survey Research Center and Population Studies Center of the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan.  He is also a principal investigator on the Cognitive Economics Project. Previously, Willis served as principal investigator on the Health and Retirement …Learn More

Sylvester Schieber

Sylvester Schieber, is a private consultant on retirement and health issues.  He was vice president and U.S. director of benefit consulting and director of research and information at Watson Wyatt Worldwide.  Schieber chaired the Social Security Advisory Board, and was the first research director of the Employee Benefits Research Institute …Learn More

Jonathan Zinman

Jonathan Zinman

Jonathan Zinman is an associate professor of economics at Dartmouth College, and a research affiliate for Innovations for Poverty Action. Previously, Zinman was a researcher at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.  His research focuses on intertemporal choice and household finance, the merits of incorporating specific features of psychology …Learn More

Kimberly Blanton

Kimberly Blanton

Kimberly Blanton created and now writes the blog, Squared Away: Financial Behavior: Work, Save, Retire, and researched and wrote the field report, Financial Literacy on the Web.  As a veteran reporter, previously for The Boston Globe, The Economist, The Dallas Times Herald and other publications, she specialized in covering domestic and international finance and …Learn More

Jean Young

Jean Young

Jean Young is a senior research analyst at the Vanguard Center for Retirement Research. Ms. Young’s research interests include the design of employer-sponsored retirement programs, and the psychological and behavioral aspects of participant decision-making.  She is also the lead author for our annual publication “How America Saves.” Ms. Young has …Learn More

Steve Utkus

Steven Utkus

Steven Utkus is director of the Vanguard Center for Retirement Research, a member of the advisory board of the Pension Research Council, and a visiting scholar at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School. His research interests include psychological aspects of retirement-related financial decision-making, the draw-down of retirement savings, fiduciary and …Learn More

Lisa Szykman

Lisa R. Szykman

Lisa R. Szykman is an assistant professor of business administration at the College of William & Mary. Previously, she served on the editorial review board of the Journal of Nonprofit and Public Sector Marketing and currently serves on the editorial review board of the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing. …Learn More