Kim Gannis Principal, Director of Retirement Plan Services Pittsburgh, PA
“I am committed to getting my clients the financial satisfaction they need going into retirement. It gives me great satisfaction to help them accomplish their financial goals in retirement”
Kim Gannis is Principal and Director of Retirement Services in the firm’s Pittsburgh office. Over 25 years of experience in employee benefits consulting allows Kim to oversee the plan sponsor services. Her responsibilities include plan governance, plan effectiveness and plan investment and monitoring.
Prior to joining Carnegie Investment Counsel, Kim held positions at various firms; Mercer HR, PNC Bank and American Century Investments. Kim is a designated Accredited Investment Fiduciary®.
Kim earned her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh. She currently resides in Jefferson Hills, PA.
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