Carol Casey, chief investment officer at Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board, Boston, said she is quitting her job to rejoin her family. Ms. Casey said her resignation is effective Sept. 30; she had been the investment chief at the $32 billion fund for barely a year.
A spokeswoman for the Boston executive search firm of Whitehead Mann Pendelton James confirmed that is has been hired to find a replacement. Ms. Casey, who was head of the $28 billion Maryland State Retirement Systems, was commuting from Baltimore but said that she was not necessarily looking to return to that city. ``Our family has several houses, and I just want to live in one of our houses, she said.