Olympia Nguyen Tulloch is a Research Manager for the Public Employee Pension Project at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. She oversees the publication of policy briefs and case studies. Her current research includes CA public employee pensions, focusing on the impact of pension costs on government spending, and asset allocation and returns of pension investment portfolios. She also manages data analytics projects supporting pension research and media outreach. Olympia previously worked as a portfolio strategist at JP Morgan and Wells Fargo, developing trading and hedging strategies for the bank fixed income portfolios. She was also a risk manager at Deustche Bank, overseeing fixed income risk in the US and Europe. She holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Computer Systems Engineering and Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University.