Jeanne is an Executive in Residence at Business for Impact. She is a public policy strategist, thought leader, and consultant on retirement security and population aging. Jeanne has gained a reputation for her skill in combining her subject matter expertise, strategic insight, and passionate advocacy to influence policy, legislation, and organizational priorities.
Jeanne led Transamerica’s U.S. Federal Government Affairs for 20 years prior to setting up her own consulting practice in 2019. Jeanne led the effort for open Multiple Employer Plans/ PEPs as a way of increasing retirement plan coverage under the SECURE Act which became law in December 2019.
Jeanne also served as a Director of Transamerica Institute®, a non-profit, private foundation, as well as a core research team member of Aegon Center for Longevity and Retirement. In that capacity, Jeanne made significant contributions to U.S. and global research on changing public attitudes and action regarding retirement security, changing nature of work, and other matters associated with increased longevity. Also, as a Director of the Aegon/Transamerica Foundation for many years, she developed the local Foundation giving strategy to align with its business mission of helping people achieve a lifetime of financial security.
Jeanne currently serves as a director of the U.S. Capitol Historical Society and is on the Advisory Council of the Women’s Institute for Retirement Security (WISER).
Jeanne graduated from Boston College and Tulane University School of Law.