Kevin Lembo, now serving his second term as Connecticut state comptroller, spent decades working as a public health advocate. As state comptroller, Lembo has developed innovative health care programs to reduce costs and improve care quality. As the state’s chief fiscal guardian, he has implemented fiscal policies to enhance statewide financial predictability, reform pension funding and to deliver retirement security to hundreds of thousands of private-sector workers who have no workplace retirement savings option.
Comptroller Lembo has been recognized as a "champion of transparency" for his work on open government and by AARP, GLAD, CCAG and CT Voices for Children for his work on health care, retirement security and civil rights. Comptroller Lembo holds a Master of Public Administration from California State University.Visit the Comptroller's web site »
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