Rosemarie McClean has been appointed chief executive of the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund.
McClean has been recruited from Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan where she was chief operating officer, enterprise operations and would stay in the role until the end of the year.
Ontario Teachers’ president and chief executive, Ron Mock, said: "Rosemarie has been with Ontario Teachers' for 33 years, and every part of the Plan has been positively influenced by her expertise and hard work”.
"In addition to being enormously smart and capable, Rosemarie is a genuinely caring person who has always put our members first. We are thrilled for her as she embarks on this very exciting and impactful next phase of her career,” he said.
McClean has been at Ontario Teachers’ since 1986 and has been at the forefront of shaping its member services strategy and introduced award-winning programs and efficiencies.
The fund said she had also helped enable the business through a stronger technology foundation and enhanced innovation and collaboration.
“It has been an honour working with such dedicated teams, who come to work each day with the clear mission of providing excellent service and retirement security to teachers in the province of Ontario,” McClean said.