Harry Conaway assumed the role of chief executive officer of the Employee Benefit Research Institute on Jan. 1, succeeding Dallas Salisbury, who had held that position since EBRI’s founding in 1978. Conaway, who has been a member of EBRI’s board of trustees for decade, previously was a senior partner with Mercer and head of its Washington Resources Group. Conaway, an attorney by training, began working at Mercer in 1989, following a stint at the Department of the Treasury, where he served as associate tax benefits counsel with a focus on benefits. EBN recently spoke to Conaway about EBRI and his new role.

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