Leading Our Team
Get to know more about the executive team that helps keep TCDRS a trusted retirement plan for Texas.
Amy Bishop is the Executive Director of the Texas County & District Retirement System, which has been a model for providing responsibly funded benefits for more than 50 years. TCDRS is a financially strong, $33.8-billion trust that partners with nearly 800 employers to provide retirement, disability and survivor benefits to more than 320,000 Texans. A unique savings-based plan design and disciplined funding ensure that benefits are reliable and costs more predictable for employers.
Bishop joined TCDRS in 1994 with extensive experience in management consulting and operations management in the financial services industry. Bishop received her bachelor’s degree from Southern Methodist University and earned a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance from the University of Texas at Austin.
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Chief Investment Officer
As Chief Investment Officer for TCDRS, Casey Wolf allocates funds across asset classes, directs external investment managers, meets with staff and the investment consultant to review potential investments and recommends investment strategies to the TCDRS board. He is only the third CIO since TCDRS’ creation in 1967. Before his appointment as CIO, he was the Managing Director of both the Hedge Fund and Opportunistic Credit portfolios at TCDRS. Wolf originally joined TCDRS in 2011 as the Manager of Hedge Funds. Prior to TCDRS, he was on the investment team at Oregon Health and Science University Foundation and served as an Adjunct Professor at George Fox University. He received both his Doctor of Jurisprudence and his Master of Business Administration from Willamette University.
Deputy Executive Director
As Deputy Executive Director of TCDRS, Tom Harrison oversees various TCDRS departments including Legal, Administrative Services, Human Resources, and Compliance Assurance. Harrison also serves as the liaison to both the Texas Legislature and associations of county and district officials. Previous to this role, Harrison served as the general counsel for TCDRS. Before TCDRS, Harrison served as director of elections for the Texas Secretary of State and also as executive director of the Texas Ethics Commission. Harrison received an undergraduate degree in accounting from Texas A&M University, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Utah and a law degree from the University of Texas School of Law.
Deputy Investment Officer
Sandra Bragg is the TCDRS Deputy Investment Officer and is responsible for oversight of investment operations. Previously, she worked for the Texas Association of Counties developing an education curriculum for the Certified County Investment Officer training program.
The TCDRS Board
Get to know more about our current Board of Trustees.