Alan Spector

Since retiring from a successful 33-year career with the Procter & Gamble Company as Director of Worldwide Quality Assurance, Alan has founded three businesses and has been deeply involved with social service organizations, community initiatives to reduce violence, and education programming.  He is a management consultant, baseball player (continuing to play with "kids his own age"), nonprofit Board member, speaker (helping people plan for the non-financial aspects of retirement), blogger, and most importantly, the active and proud grandfather of four.  Alan has been awarded  the Cincinnati United Way Impact Leadership Award, the University City School District PACEsetter and Uniquely University City Awards, the St. Louis Mirowitz Community Service Award, and the St. Louis Jewish Light Unsung Heroes Award.  Alan was also inducted into his High School Hall of Fame in 2011, into the Academy of Miner Athletics in 2022, and the Greater St. Louis Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame in 2023.  Alan lives in St. Louis with his wife, Ann, with whom he travels extensively.