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Stuart Greenfield


Stuart Greenfield, Ph.D., was elected to the ERS Board in 2023.

He is the first state agency retiree elected to the ERS Board. Dr. Greenfield began his career in 1977 as an economist at the Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts (CPA). He worked for three state comptrollers and at other state agencies before retiring from the CPA in 2000. After he retired from state service, Dr. Greenfield began teaching economics at Austin Community College and the University of Maryland Global College.

Throughout his career and into retirement, Dr. Greenfield has had an interest in employee and retiree benefits and other issues affecting active and retired State of Texas workers. In 1991, he received Governor Ann Richards’ Productivity Suggestion Award for his ideas to improve employee benefits. Dr. Greenfield has researched the aging of the public sector workforce and its implications, evaluated pay disparities among Texas state workers and analyzed COVID-19 in Texas. More recently, he has been exploring artificial intelligence and hopes to see how it can be applied to enhance service delivery to ERS members and retirees.

Dr. Greenfield has a Ph.D. in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin and an economics degree from the University of Dayton.

His term expires August 31, 2029

Type: Office
200 E. 18th Street
Austin, TX 78701


Organization Function From To
Board of Trustees Trustee 09/01/2023
Joint Meeting of the Board of Trustees and Investment Advisory Committee Trustee 09/01/2023
Audit Committee Member 09/01/2023