The Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund has named Angela Miller-May will be the organization’s next chief investment officer.
Miller-May joins IMRF from the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund, where she serves as the organization’s CIO. Prior to joining CTPF, Miller-May worked in the financial services industry, including for the Chicago-based Northern Trust Co.
Brian Collins, IMRF executive director, “Angela is well-respected and recognized across the state and the nation as a very keen financial mind, with a great track record of investing success over the last decade. Our members, employers, and taxpayers should be excited about someone who is going to be an outstanding steward of their money.”
“It’s an honor to join an institution that embodies excellence and values a culture of collaboration, teamwork and diversity. I am so excited to hit the ground running next month,” Miller-May said. “Every day, I am going to be laser-focused on seeking out the very best investment opportunities and investment partners, to help IMRF deliver on its pension promises to Illinois’ public servants, while keeping costs manageable and predictable for our participating units of government.”