Casualty Actuarial Society Announces 2022 Volunteer Award Winners
The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) is pleased to announce the winners for the 2022 Volunteer Awards.
The New Members Award is given annually to one or more members of the CAS who have made significant volunteer contributions within five years of their most recent credential.
The 2022 New Members Award is awarded to Sandy Lowe, FCAS for the Network of Actuarial Women and Allies (NAWA), Sarah Manuel, FCAS for the Candidate Advocate Working Group, Nicolas Vega, FCAS for CAS’s International efforts, and Charles Zhu, FCAS for the University Engagement Advisory Working Group.
The Above & Beyond Achievement Award is given annually to one or more members of the CAS who have made a recent contribution which is conspicuously above and beyond what is reasonably expected.
The 2022 Above and Beyond Award is awarded to Sherwin Li, FCAS for the Asia Regional Working Group and many international activities in China, Brett Jaros, FCAS for the University Engagement Advisory Working Group, Amber Rohde, FCAS for the International Member Services Task Force and the Network of Actuarial Women and Allies (NAWA), and Kevin Roll, FCAS for the Limited Attendance Seminar Planning Working Group.
The Matthew Rodermund Memorial Service Award recognizes CAS members who have made significant volunteer contributions to the actuarial profession over the course of their career. The award was established in 1990 in honor of Matthew Rodermund's years of volunteer service to the Casualty Actuarial Society.
The 2022 Matthew Rodermund Memorial Award is awarded to two CAS Fellows: Arlie Proctor, FCAS and Karen Terry, FCAS for their years of volunteer experience and contribution to the actuarial profession.
This year’s honorees represent a diverse set of individuals spanning various committees from the CAS’s pool of nearly 3,000 volunteers.
All volunteer award winners will be recognized at the 2022 CAS Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota this November. Additionally, the CAS will feature the award winners in an article in an upcoming edition of the Actuarial Review.