Andrew Kelsen was named interim chief investment officer of the $13.1 billion Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund following the recent departure of Angela Miller-May to lead the nearby Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.
He has been with the system since 2014 as a portfolio manager of alternative investments.
“We appreciate Andrew’s willingness to step into the role of CIO,” said Carlton Lenoir, Sr., executive director at . . .
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