Conlon has nearly two decades of experience as a human resources and retirement consultant, mostly with Deloitte Consulting in New York. He has worked with major law firms, professional sports organizations and higher education institutions designing and implementing benefits, rewards and retention and retirement incentive programs that align financial and people strategies.
Conlon is a graduate of City University in London, England, with a B.S. in actuarial science. He is working out of the firm’s New York office and reports to Daniel G. Fries, senior vice president.
“Shane brings deep knowledge of retirement programs and nearly 20 years of experience in working with employers on retirement plan strategies. His work with professional service firms, in the higher education arena and in professional sports fits perfectly with our key markets,” says Joseph A. LoCicero, president and CEO of The Segal Group, parent of Sibson Consulting.
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