Actuarial Review
Volume 29, No. 4 / November 2002

From the President
Our Place in the World

by Robert F. Conger

During my year serving as president, I have enjoyed the opportunity to work with a wide variety of organizations throughout North America and around the world, including many actuarial organizations. I want to talk about one of the organizations that I have found to be particularly interesting in the global development of the actuarial profession.

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Miller Wins President-Elect; Ross to Become President

ARLINGTON, Va.—Mary Frances Miller won her bid to become CAS president-elect for 2003 with 55 percent of the vote. Sholom Feldblum finished with 45 percent of the votes. The election was the second CAS competitive election in recent years.

Miller will become president-elect at the close of the 2002 CAS Annual Meeting in Boston this month. Gail M. Ross will succeed Robert F. Conger as CAS president.

Balloting for the 2002 CAS election closed on September 23, 2002, and CAS tellers verified the election results. Nearly half of CAS Fellows (49.1%) cast votes in the 2002 elections, a total of 1,158. This compares to 58.2 percent of the Fellows voting in the 2001 election and 39.7 percent of the Fellows voting in the 2000 election.


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