Nominations Sought for CAS Service Awards
The CAS wants to recognize significant volunteer contributions, and we need your help. Nominate a worthy CAS volunteer for the 2011 Above & Beyond Achievement Award (ABAA) or the 2011 Matthew Rodermund Service Award.
The ABAA is made annually to CAS members who have made a contribution that is clearly outside of expected volunteer responsibilities and duties. Consideration is also given to contributions to the committees of other actuarial organizations that benefit CAS members. Any CAS member who is not a current board member or officer is eligible to receive this award. Keep in mind that an extraordinary effort can be shown in an assignment of limited scope, as well as on a larger task.
The Matthew Rodermund Service Award was created to recognize CAS members who have made significant volunteer contributions to the actuarial profession over the course of a career. The award was established in 1990 in honor of Matt Rodermund’s years of volunteer service to the CAS. Volunteer contributions could include committee involvement, participation in CAS meetings and seminars, volunteer efforts for Regional Affiliates or special interest sections, and involvement with other actuarial organizations. Service as an elected CAS officer or director and authorship of papers published by the CAS are not considered. Past presidents are not eligible.
Nominations are due by June 30, 2011, for both awards and the winners will be announced at the 2011 CAS Annual Meeting in Chicago. Nomination forms can be found at http://www.casact.org/volunteer.
Send nominations to Matt Caruso at email@example.com.