Candidates for the Executive Trustee Position
Doug Krieger has and continues to serve as the City of Naperville’s City Manager for the past 13 years. Prior to that he served as the Director of Finance for Naperville for five and a half years. Doug has served as Trustee for the Naperville Firefighters’ Pension Fund and also as Trustee for the Naperville Police Pension Fund. Each of these funds currently has well over $200M in assets. Doug served as a member of the Pension Fairness for Illinois Coalition from 2008 to 2010. Prior to joining the City in 2003, Doug spent nine years with PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLC and Coopers & Lybrand LLP in the Audit and Business Assurance Services group as a Certified Public Accountant, auditing a number of different defined benefit and defined contribution plans. Doug also served as a naval officer in the submarine service of the United States Navy. Doug received a Bachelor of Science degree with Merit in Political Science from the United States Naval Academy and his Masters in Business Administration, with concentrations in Finance and Accounting, from the University of Chicago.
John is a current IFPIF Board member who has worked to reduce costs (IDOI fees) and improve communications (website upgrades coming).
John is Trustee/Treasurer of the Lisle Woodridge Fire Protection District (LWFD). The LWFD team increased funding for pensions by $4.5 million per year, achieved accreditation, and retained ISO-1 status since John joined the District.
John managed in Woodridge and Park Forest for 37 years, until retirement in 2009. John served in several municipal leadership roles:
- Founding member and chair of the Intergovernmental Risk Management Agency (IRMA).
- President of the Illinois City/County Management Association (ILCMA).
- Charter member of the Illinois Public Employer Labor Relations Association (IPELRA).
- Chaired IML Mangers Committee.
These leadership roles speak to John’s readiness to serve IFPIF. John’s experience as a District trustee and municipal manager gives him perspective to understand pension success.
John holds a BA is from the University of Chicago and MPA from the Maxwell School at Syracuse. John authored Blueprint for Building Community: Leadership Insights for Good Government (2010). He served as Rotary President three times.
John and his wife Pam have two adult children. Pam rides horses. John plays bass guitar at church and Blues Band Live at the Old Town School.