Just like the United States, nations throughout the world are wrestling with complex questions regarding their Social Security, pension and social safety-net programs. Lou Enoff has established himself as one of the world’s foremost experts on social insurance programs and shares with audiences his perspectives on how nations with limited resources can protect the well-being of their citizens.
Enoff is the managing partner of International Development Partners and Associates and the principal of Enoff Associates Limited. In these roles, he has designed and delivered social insurance projects in developing countries and participated in programs for social insurance reform in the United States, as well as 22 other nations. These efforts have ranged from presenting pension reform seminars in Beijing, to exploring options for Social Security reform in the Czech Republic. Enoff serves as a consultant to the World Bank on various international projects.
For 30 years, from 1964 to 1993, Enoff served in a variety of leadership positions with the U.S. Social Security Administration. He was deputy commissioner for several years and served as acting commissioner in both the George H.W. Bush and Clinton Administrations, and was social security transition director for the George W. Bush Administration.
Governments across the globe are struggling to meet the welfare and pension needs of their growing and aging populations. Lou Enoff helps audiences better understand what’s at stake in these deliberations and the complex issues involved.