Diloshini Seneviratne will be retiring at the end of June from her role as portfolio manager for infrastructure with the $180 billion California State Teachers’ Retirement System. She has decided to spend more time with family and engage in volunteer work.
“Since 2010, Diloshini built the foundation of the CalSTRS Infrastructure program from the ground up,” says Christopher Ailman, CIO of CalSTRS. “And she’s been at the forefront of the industry from her initial entry. She has represented CalSTRS admirably in all facets of the program.”
Paul Shantic, director of the inflation-sensitive asset class at CalSTRS, adds, “She has served as a thoughtful and patient teacher for both the staff and others in the industry. Dilo is widely respected and admired by both grizzled industry veterans and new entrants. We will miss her and her contributions, but she will leave us with a legacy that we will continue to build upon.”
CalSTRS will be seeking experienced industry experts to fill Seneviratne’s position.