Rob Boehmer currently serves as the appointed Executive Officer of the Nevada Public Employees' Deferred Compensation Program (NDC). Mr. Boehmer serves the State of Nevada with over 18 years of experience in the Estate Planning/Retirement Planning/Employee Benefits Management business primarily working in the Health Insurance Industry and managing 457b Deferred Compensation and 403b Tax Sheltered Programs throughout multiple western states. He has worked with associations like Institutional Investors Association for Government Plan Sponsors, Nevada League of Cities & Municipalities, Nevada Association of Counties, and a multitude of Firefighters and Police Associations, School Districts, and Teachers Associations in assisting their members with benefits management and 457b Deferred Compensation/403b management and administration. Mr. Boehmer additionally serves as a Certified Senior Advisor through the Society of Senior Advisors (CSA), and a Certified Master Estate Planning Professional (CMEPP), assisting and advising those in the accumulation phase of their lives, as well as those entering or actively in the preservation stage of their life. Recently, Mr. Boehmer has been certified as a Certified Retirement Plan Administrator (CRPA).
Rob is a Nevada Native, and he holds a Bachelors of Science Degree from the University of Southern California, as well as two Associates degrees from local Junior colleges.
In addition to his position as Executive Officer at NDC, Mr. Boehmer volunteers as a Hunter Education and Angler Education Instructor through the Nevada Department of Wildlife's Conservation Education Division. Additionally, Rob has been appointed and serves as the President of the Nevada Operation Game Thief Citizens Board, a non-profit organization organized in partnership with the Nevada Department of Wildlife to bring public awareness of the prevention of wildlife violations and crimes, and to promote their ethical outdoor use and activities throughout the State of Nevada. Furthermore, Mr. Boehmer was appointed to serve as a Board member of the Carson City County Wildlife Advisory Board in 2015 by the Carson City Board of Supervisors where he continues to serve as the Board Chairman. He is a life-long resident of Carson City with his sweet wife Kristi and six children, and actively participates in the community, his Church, and with the Boy Scouts of America.