Trennepohl Named to Teacher Retirement Board

House Speaker Chris Benge appoints former Oklahoma State University-Tulsa president Gary Trennepohl to the Board of Trustees of the Oklahoma Teacher’s Retirement System.
Trennepohl will fill the unexpired term of Darryl Hatcher, who recently resigned. The appointment is effective as of Dec. 1 and Trennepohl will serve the remainder of the term through Jan. 2013.
“I am truly honored to appoint such a scholar to this board. I know Dr. Trennepohl’s dedication to our state’s education system and his ongoing efforts to prepare students to compete in today’s global economy will make him an asset to the state’s Teacher’s Retirement System,” said Benge, R-Tulsa.
Trennepohl is the Professor of Finance and President’s Council Endowed Chair at OSU-Tulsa. He previously served as the university’s first president from 1999 to 2009 and prior to that also served as the dean of the College of Business Administration at the Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater.
Starting his academic career in 1977, he has held faculty and administrative appointments in the business colleges at Texas A&M University, the University of Missouri-Columbia and Arizona StateUniversity. He has co-authored two college level finance texts; co-authored more than 30 professional journal articles and regularly teaches classes on investment management and financial derivatives. In 2008 he was appointed as the first recipient of the OSU-Tulsa President’s Council Endowed Chair in Finance.
“This is a special opportunity to help the state and to help create a secure financial future for our retired educators,” said Trennepohl.
Trennepohl has served as a consultant to pension funds (Shell Pension Trust), corporations, and college endowment funds. He currently is a visiting faculty member for the Options Institute at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), presenting periodic seminars on derivative strategies to institutional investment managers.
Since 1996 he has been a member of the investment committee for the OSU Foundation and held a similar role while at Texas A&M University. Since 1983 he has conducted yearly seminars about financial markets and analysis for journalists who write for business periodicals and local and national news organizations, including the New York Times, Bloomberg News, and USA Today.



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