Brad Monterio Reappointed to CAS Board of Directors for One Year Term
Arlington, VA – December 5, 2017 – The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) announces the reappointment of Brad Monterio, managing director of Colcomgroup, to its Board of Directors for a one-year term that began in November 2017. Monterio previously served on the Board of Directors from 2014 to 2016. He joins Pete Miller and John Lucker as appointed directors who are not actuaries and are not members of the CAS.
Nancy Braithwaite, CAS immediate past president and chair of the CAS Board of Directors said, “Brad’s extensive experience in marketing for not-for-profits and the development of strategic partnerships provided important contributions to our board deliberations during his prior tenure. Strategic partnerships are an integral component of our goals for 2018, so we are particularly pleased that Brad accepted our invitation to serve on the board for this reason. Brad’s background and perspective as a marketing professional and strategist will continue to bring critical insights to all of our projects, from The CAS Institute to our Technology-Based Examination initiative.”
“The actuarial profession is undergoing significant change, much like other professions. In my role as a CAS board member, I look forward to helping the CAS strategically navigate these changes,” said Monterio.
Monterio is managing director of Colcomgroup, Inc., a global marketing and advisory services firm based in New York that he co-founded in 1996. He is a recent past global board member of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) and vice chair of the IMA Technology Solutions & Practices Committee as well as chair of the IMA Diversity & Inclusion Committee. He is also a member of the CAS Innovation Council and The CAS Institute’s Leadership Advisory Council.
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The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) is a leading international organization for credentialing and professional education. CAS credentials demonstrate the expertise to identify, analyze and advise on the potential financial impact of risk and uncertainty. Professionals educated by the Casualty Actuarial Society empower business and government to make well-informed strategic, financial and operational decisions.
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