Bob Pozen is a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, a senior research fellow at the Brookings Institution, and former chairman of MFS Investment Management. He was a member of President George W. Bush’s Commission to Strengthen Social Security and served as secretary of economic affairs for Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. He has been the John Olin Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School and in 2007–2008 served as chairman of the SEC advisory committee on improving financial reporting. He also served as vice chairman of Fidelity Investments and president of Fidelity Management & Research Company. Before that, he was a partner at Caplin & Drysdale; associate general counsel to the SEC; and a law professor at Georgetown and New York University. He is a co-author of the text, The Fund Industry: How Your Money is Managed and co-author (with Robert Shiller) of Too Big To Save? How to Fix the U.S. Financial System. He graduated from Harvard College and earned a law degree from Yale.