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Robyn Kaplan-Cho

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Retirement Specialist

Phone: (860) ***-****  
Email: r***@***.org
Connecticut Education Association
CEA Headquarters At Capitol Place, Hartford, CT. Capitol Place, Suite 500 21 Oak Street
Hartford , Connecticut 06106
United States

Company Description: The Connecticut Education Association is a professional employee organization and is committed to advancing the cause of public education. The 43,000 members work...   more

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CEA Retired members listened to CEA ..., 16 April 2014 [cached]
CEA Retired members listened to CEA Retirement Specialist Robyn Kaplan-Cho explain the details of legislative proposals during a retired teachers' lobby day this morning at the State Capitol.
CEA Human and Civil Rights Commission, 13 Oct 2013 [cached]
For more information about the work of this commission contact Robyn Kaplan-Cho, Staff Liaison. You can also reach her at 860-525-5641 or 800-842-4316.
Presenter: Robyn Kaplan-Cho, CEA
Presenter: Robyn Kaplan-Cho, CEA
Presenter: Robyn Kaplan-Cho, CEA
From left are panelists Darlene Perez, ..., 19 Sept 2012 [cached]
From left are panelists Darlene Perez, Administrator of the Teachers' Retirement Board; Robyn Kaplan-Cho, CEA Program Development Specialist; and Clare Barnett, Chair of the Teachers' Retirement Board.
CEA's Program Development Specialist Robyn Kaplan-Cho, who moderated the panel, said that CEA members need to thank the governor and legislature for including the full pension and retiree healthcare appropriations in the budget.
Kaplan-Cho added that she wanted to acknowledge Darlene Perez for all of her hard work on behalf of Connecticut's teachers. A retired teacher in the audience agreed that kudos are necessary, speaking highly of the assistance she received from a Teachers' Retirement System employee who resolved an issue with her pension check on the Friday before a long weekend.
Kaplan-Cho said she is cautiously optimistic about the possibility of a repeal. There is increasing support in Washington, D.C. for repealing GPO/WEP, but it's a complicated issue and the economy remains challenging.
Most of Connecticut's U.S. representatives and senators have supported repealing GPO/WEP, but Kaplan-Cho reminded retirees that it's "very important to share your personal stories about how you’ve been impacted by GPO/WEP.
Robyn Kaplan-Cho, retirement ..., 14 Mar 2014 [cached]
Robyn Kaplan-Cho, retirement specialist for the Connecticut Education Association, a teachers union that represents about 43,000 people, said the CEA supports the bill.
"It clearly makes good sense from both a parity and an economic standpoint," Kaplan-Cho said.
Other Associations, 11 Sept 2012 [cached]
Connecticut Education Association Robyn Kaplan-Cho
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