New Members Award
Have you worked with a new CAS member who performed beyond what is reasonably expected of new members? You have a way to recognize this member and let the rest of the CAS know.
The "New Members Award" will be made annually, to one or more members of the CAS, who have made significant volunteer contributions within five years of their most recent credential.
The 2021 volunteer awards nomination window will open in mid-May 2021. Please visit this page during that time for the nominations link.
The award works as follows:
- Eligibility. Any member of the CAS whose most recent credential (ACAS or FCAS) was awarded within the past five years.
- Nomination. Any member of the CAS can submit a nomination.
- Criterion. The criteria for this award are exceptional CAS volunteer work beyond what is reasonably expected of new members. Time committed to CAS volunteer activities and leadership positions will be considered. The person making the nomination will submit a nomination form with an explanation of why the Award is merited.
- Submission of nominations. All nominations should be directed to Shelby Wolff.
- Selection. The New Members Advisory Committee will review the nominations annually in July and make a recommendation to the President-Elect.
- Frequency. The award will be awarded annually. More than one award may be made in any one year.
- Timing. The award will be announced at the CAS November Annual Meeting.
- Recognition. The Award will include a plaque, as well as public recognition by the CAS. The recipients of the award will also be listed in the Actuarial Review.
- Nomination Deadline. The 2021 nominations window will open in mid-May 2021. A deadline will be set once it is open.
Scott Keim, Alisa Havens Walch, Kiki Wang
Laura Cremerius, Melissa Huenefeldt, and Sean Smith
Patrick Ford, Daniel Watt, and David Wang
Charles Lindberg and Erin Olson
Kevin Donnelly, Sara Hemmingson, and Walter Matthews
Jennifer Balester and Dan Tevet
Jonathan Charak, Michelle Iarkowski, and Melissa Tomita
2013 Winners (pages 13-14)
Brian Chiarella and Wesley Griffiths