For many high-octane professionals, retirement is not an option – The Boston Globe

May 02, 2018
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By Robert Weisman GLOBE STAFF MAY 02, 2018

Jim Roosevelt stepped down as Tufts Health Plan’s chief executive when he was 70, about five years beyond what people used to think of as the traditional retirement age. Two-and-a-half years later, his schedule looks nothing like that of an easygoing retiree.

Roosevelt, now 72, has resumed practicing law, as a health care attorney for Verrill Dana.

He consults for Tufts on strategy and public affairs.

Read more, including a quote from Roger Ingwersen, Managing Partner, Founder and Senior Wealth Management Advisor of The Harvest Group.