David Wescoe became TMRS’ Executive Director in July 2020. Prior to moving to Austin, he held senior positions with private and public sector organizations and has an extensive background in law, finance and investment management. His public pension career began in 2006 when he became the CEO of the San Diego City Employees’ Retirement System. He also has served as the chief executive of the Motion Picture Industry Pension and Health Plans in Studio City, California and, most recently, as CEO of the San Diego County Employees Retirement Association.
David is a frequent speaker on financial and pension topics and has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, and Governing magazine. Among his many civic and charitable activities, David has served as the Board Chair of the University of Kansas Alumni Association and as a Trustee of Trinity School in New York City.
A native Kansan, David holds a BA from the University of Kansas and a JD from Columbia Law School.
Chief Quality Officer
Anali Alanis joined TMRS as its first-ever Chief Quality Officer in October 2023. In this role, she will lead TMRS’ multi-year quality initiative that is focused on applying for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. She also will be responsible for all organization-wide process improvement projects and oversee the Human Resources department.
Prior to joining TMRS, Anali was the Interim City Manager of the City of Pharr and a TMRS Trustee. During her tenure at the City of Pharr, the city earned the Governor’s Texas Award for Performance Excellence that recognizes exceptional performance in all areas of organizational management. Pharr is only the third city in Texas to receive this award. Anali was appointed to the TMRS Board of Trustees in February 2020, and served as Chair of the Budget and Compensation Committee and Vice Chair of the Advisory Committee on Benefit Design.
Anali holds a B.A. in Applied Technology Management from South Texas College and a M.P.A. from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. She is a Director of the Quality Texas Foundation and a Certified Public Manager.
Chief Information Officer
Jac Greene joined TMRS as Chief Information Officer in November 2022. As CIO, Jac is responsible for all TMRS information services, including software development, infrastructure, IS customer service and cybersecurity.
Jac began his career at Electronic Data Systems and has served in progressively more responsible IT management roles in architecture, infrastructure, software development, customer service, and cybersecurity at Austin-based manufacturing and financial services firms. Prior to joining TMRS, he served as the CIO of a national membership-based healthcare association.
Jac holds a BA from The University of Texas at Austin. He is certified in ITIL Service Management and is involved in local IT leadership communities. Jac was the President of the Austin chapter of the Helpdesk Institute and is a member of ISACA.
Chief Investment Officer
Yup Kim joined TMRS in January 2024 from the California Public Employees Retirement System where he had served as Investment Director and Head of Investments for Private Equity managing almost $60 billion in global private equity assets.
Prior to joining CalPERS, Kim was a senior portfolio manager at the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC), where he was recognized by Chief Investment Officer magazine with its “Forty Under Forty” award at age 32. Prior to APFC, Kim served as a member of Deutsche Bank Private Equity’s global investment committee and held roles at Performance Equity, Silver Point Capital, and Citigroup.
Kim graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in economics, speaks six languages and is a prolific author, lecturer, and speaker. Kim serves as chair for the Milken Institute’s Rising Allocators, Board of Directors for the Korea Finance Society, and Term Member at the Council of Foreign Relations.
Christine Mullen Sweeney
Chief Legal Officer
Christine Sweeney joined TMRS as General Counsel in August 2010 and serves as Chief Legal Officer to the System, overseeing all Legal functions.
Prior to joining TMRS, Christine was in private practice for almost 25 years with a large Austin-based law firm, specializing in ERISA and public pension plan matters, private investments, business transactions and real estate law.
Christine received her BBA with Honors in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame and her JD from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law. Christine is a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas, the American Bar Association, the National Association of Public Pension Attorneys, the Texas Association of Public Pension Attorneys and the Institutional Limited Partners Association. She was the recipient of a 2018 First Chair Award in the category of Top General Counsel.
Chief Service Officer
Named TMRS’ Chief Service Officer September 2022, Debbie oversees the functions of Member and City Services, Plan Design and Funding, Benefit Administration and Communications.
Debbie joined TMRS in 1998 and began working as a Membership Development Representative, spending much of her time educating TMRS membership and city personnel about TMRS benefits statewide. During her more than 30-year career in the public pension arena, Debbie has led teams through several modernization projects including the expansion of online functionality and TMRS’ current pension administration system.
Debbie received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from the University of Texas and is a native Texan, born and raised in San Antonio.