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Feb132018

L.A. CITY HALL: Mayor Garcetti announcement, appointment of NEIL GUGLIELMO, General Manager of Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System (LACERS) .... 

***Mayor Eric Garcetti announcement, appointment of NEIL GUGLIELMO, General Manager, Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System (LACERS).  Excerpts from press release:

MAYOR GARCETTI NAMES NEIL GUGLIELMO AS GENERAL MANAGER OF THE LOS ANGELES CITY EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM


LOS ANGELES — Mayor Eric Garcetti has confirmed the appointment of Neil Guglielmo as General Manager of the Los Angeles City Employees’ Retirement System (LACERS). The Mayor’s confirmation follows a recommendation by the LACERS Board of Administration. Guglielmo’s appointment is subject to City Council confirmation.  

Guglielmo has worked for the City of Los Angeles for 27 years, most recently as Chief Financial Officer for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP). Previously, he served as the Director of Budget, Rates and Financial Planning for LADWP — managing the LADWP budget, preparing financial forecasts and the design, outreach, and implementation of water and power rates.

Prior to joining LADWP, Guglielmo worked as Division Manager for Financial Management, Division Manager for Citywide Recycling, and Chief Financial Officer at the Bureau of Sanitation.  From 2011-2012, he served as Deputy Mayor and Senior Budget Adviser to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. Throughout his career, he has worked for a number of other City departments — including Recreation and Parks, Aging, and Housing, as well as the Office of the City Administrative Officer and the Office of Finance.