Phillip Murphy, Chairman: retired
partner of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Murphy has
been an international business leader for 20 years.
He has worked in Frankfurt, Hong Kong and New York,
and led a number of major company initiatives. He
oversaw his firm's global private wealth management
business and helped form the unit responsible for
firm-wide business in the emerging markets of Europe,
the Middle East and Africa.
D. Quinn: Managing Director-Human Resources, Public
Service Enterprise Group (PSEG), where he is responsible
for compensation and benefit strategies for the company's
18,000 employees and retirees. Quinn has more than 43 years
of experience in employee benefit plan design, administration,
strategic planning, consulting and in compensation planning
and over 25 years experience in labor negotiations. In
he served on the NJ Governor's BEST Commission where
he prepared an evaluation of the compensation and employee
benefit practices of the state. He is affiliated with numerous
professional organizations including the U.S. Chamber of
Commerce Employee Benefits Committee and the Health
Care, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation
Councils of the Conference Board.
David Alai: Vice President-Corporate
Human Resources for Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC),
where he played a critical role in introducing a pension
plan as a part of a collective bargaining agreement.
As a member of SEC's Retirement Plans Committee, Alai
was also responsible for overseeing investment decisions
and administrative functions of the plans, as well
as ensuring compliance with appropriate government
regulations and agencies.
Thomas A. Meyers, CPA, CFA, CPCU: Senior
Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, NJM Insurance
Group. With more than 20 years of service at NJM, Meyers
has extensive experience in the areas of accounting,
insurance, finance and management. He served as an Administrative
Committee member on NJM's Employee Saving Fund Plan
and Retirement Plan. He previously worked for Ernst
& Whinney and was the President of the American
Association of Microcomputer Investors, Inc.
Paula B. Voos: Chairwoman, Labor Studies
and Employment Relations Department, School of Management
and Labor Relations, Rutgers University. Voos has a
Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University. Prior to
joining the faculty at Rutgers,
she served as a teaching assistant at Harvard University;
an economics instructor at the University of Massachusetts-Boston;
and the director of the Industrial Relations Research
Institute and professor of economic and industrial
relations at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Voos
has spoken and written extensively on the topic of
labor and employment relations.
William M. Rodgers III: Professor
of Public Policy, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning
and Public Policy and Chief Economist, John J. Heldrich
Center for Workforce Development. Rodgers has an M.A.
and a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University.
He previously served as a professor of economics and
director of the Center for the Study of Equality at
the College of William and Mary, and was the chief
economist in the Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department
of Labor. He has written and edited numerous journal
articles, books and reports on economic and labor
Treasurer John E. McCormac and Labor
and Workforce Development Commissioner Thomas D.
Carver will also
serve on the Task Force.