Actuary Voices is the official podcast of the American Academy of Actuaries. This podcast brings you thoughtful conversations on the role of professionalism in both actuaries' day jobs and the Academy’s public policy work.
Linda Stone joins the latest episode of Actuary Voices to discuss her work as the Senior Pension Fellow at the Academy and how she helps influence public policy on retirement, pensions and multiemployer plans.
Annette James, MAAA, FSA, discusses finding the actuary profession and how it fulfilled her connection to public service. She also shares her experience as chairman of the Academy's Health Equity Work Group.
Laura Hanson talks about her experience with unconscious bias, how art influenced her career and shares her perspective on the Life specialty in this episode of Actuary Voices.
Actuarial Science may not have been the path offered to her, but Cathy Murphy-Barron broke barriers and found the profession anyway.
Listen to the second part of Actuary Voices podcast with former Academy President Tom Wildsmith includes Tom’s thoughts on the Academy’s decision to approach its international goals differently in the future and illuminates the process that brought the Academy to its new approach.
Former Academy President Tom Wildsmith joins Academy Executive Director Mary Downs in the latest Actuary Voices episode covering a range of topics and professional insights
In this special edition of Actuary Voices, we feature highlights from the 2019 Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum. Listen to Mary D. Miller and Carol Zimmerman receive awards honoring their exceptional contributions to the actuary profession.
Academy President-elect D. Joeff Williams is interviewed by Academy Executive Director Mary Downs about how he became an actuary and the importance of combining business and actuarial skills.
In this episode, Academy President Shawna Ackerman covers a range of topics in a conversation with Academy Executive Director, Mary Downs.