We are an all-volunteer organization that works to advance the development of actuaries in the greater Boston area. Our primary activities are spring and fall meetings that provide professional development to actuaries working in the life, health and pension areas. These meetings are open to all actuaries and those considering actuarial credentialing. There are no dues to participate in the club, but we do charge a registration fee for in-person events to offset the cost of the venue. If you would like to be added to the email list for upcoming meetings, please visit the Contact page of our website.
You can engage with the wider Club community through our LinkedIn group.
Volunteers make our organization successful. Volunteering is also a way to deepen your network and develop your business skills. There are two primary ways that you can get involved:
1) As an officer of the club: This group manages the club's strategy, administration and outreach. Officers serve two-year terms and are elected at our fall meetings.
2) As a member of the Planning Committee: This group brings ideas from the wider membership to develop and source speakers that are relevant and impactful to our members. They also contribute ideas about the format of our meetings and how we can improve the meeting experience. If you are interested in joining the Planning Committee, please let us know through the Contact page of our website.
Amanda Hug, MassMutual
Hejia Wang, MassMutual
Peter Connolly, John Hancock
Pat Schroeder, New York Life
MA Association of Math Leagues (MAML) Liaison:
The Actuaries’ Club of Boston (“Club”) is committed to adhering strictly to the letter and spirit of the antitrust laws. Seminars conducted under the auspices of the Club are designed solely to provide a forum for the expression of various points of view on topics described in the programs or agendas for such meetings.
Under no circumstances shall this meeting be used as a means for competing companies or firms to reach any understanding – expressed or implied – that restricts competition or in any way impairs the ability of members to exercise independent business judgment regarding matters affecting competition.
It is the responsibility of all seminar participants to be aware of antitrust regulations, to prevent any written or verbal discussions that appear to violate these laws, and to adhere in every respect to the antitrust compliance policies of major actuarial organizations.