New guide offers strategies to reduce barriers for women in the actuarial profession

While some promising trends show that more women are bringing their skills and voices to the actuarial profession, the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA) recognizes that there is still work to be done. To that end, the CIA is proud to release "Women in the Actuarial Profession – How to increase gender diversity, equity, and inclusion in the actuarial workplace" in alignment with International...

A lesson in “feeling the fear and doing it anyway” with Angelita Graham

Each election cycle is an opportunity for the CIA to welcome new voices and perspectives to the table. We want all members to feel empowered to stand for election, bringing their diversity of backgrounds, knowledge, and thought to the ballot. Angelita Graham, former CIA Board member and 2020 Award of Excellence recipient, shares her thoughts on Board service and some encouraging words for those...

5 minutes with Mercy Yan

Listen in as Mercy Yan, FCIA, retired actuary, and recipient of the 2021 Award of Distinction, shares how being a volunteer has enriched her professional life and the communities she serves in 5 minutes with…

CIA leadership – International style

The CIA’s International Affairs Council is proud to showcase the achievements of Micheline Dionne, FCIA, new President-Elect of the IAA, CIA Past President, and former chair of the CIA’s Committee on International Relations. As a longtime leader on the international front, Micheline has employed her expertise to aid in developing the International Standards of Practice (ISAP), discussions on...

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