Stig Nybo believes that every American worker should be able to retire with confidence. Named by 401(k)Wire.com as one of the top 20 most influential individuals in the retirement industry, Stig has authored articles in retirement industry trade publications and the national press. As a frequent contributor to industry thought leadership, he also offers commentary as an industry expert, speaker, and panelist at major financial services conferences and events. Stig is often quoted in the national press in publications from PLANSPONSOR® magazine to the Wall Street Journal.
Stig currently serves as President of Pension Sales and Distribution for Transamerica Retirement Solutions, a leading U.S. retirement plan provider. He has a passion for the retirement plan industry and has committed more than 20 years to promoting best practices for qualified retirement plans. He serves on the board of the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, a nonprofit corporation and private operating foundation that studies retirement trends and issues facing the American workforce. His leadership has resulted in innovation that retirement plan sponsors and their financial advisors use to help plan participants save and invest wisely for their retirement. Stig currently lives in Portola Valley, California with his wife, Holly, and two boys, Andreas and Torsten.
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Liz Alexander's gift and passion is helping individuals and organizations transition from experts to thought leaders. She is an author, business book strategist and consulting co-author who, for the past 25 years, has worked on both sides of the Atlantic. Liz also collaborates with aspiring business authors and thought leaders in India.
She has written 11 nonfiction books and co-authored three others. In addition to consulting and speaking around the world, Liz developed and teaches the Strategic Communication Certificate Program for the Professional Development Center at The University of Texas at Austin, where she earned her PhD in Educational Psychology.