NASRA offers four distinct membership categories:
Executive Directors of the nation's state, territorial, and largest statewide public retirement systems. The term “statewide retirement system” means a public employee retirement system or teacher retirement system within any state, territory or possession of the United States, with a statewide membership constituency and/or at least $3 billion in assets. System members are divided by regions each served by a regional vice president.
Education Alliance Members are the administrators of governmental units that either manage assets for public retirement plans or the operations of pension plans such as city, county, or local plans; investment boards; or are non-U.S. public retirement agencies or organizations. Learn more about the benefits of Education Alliance membership.
Associate Members are private sector firms that provide an advisory, consulting or management service to the retirement industry. An associate membership belongs to the firm with a primary contact identified for each firm. In addition, there are a limited number of Premium Associate memberships available which allow for sponsorship opportunities at the NASRA Annual Conference in addition to the other benefits of membership. The Associate Advisory Committee provides guidance to the association. Learn more about the benefits of Associate membership [pdf print brochure].
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