ROBERT SHAPIRO, FSA

President, The Shapiro Network, Inc.; former Board of Governors: Member Society of Actuaries, Trustee of the American College; Emeritus Trustee, Actuarial Foundation

GARY CORBETT, FSA

Former President of the Society of Actuaries; former Chair of the Actuarial Standards Board

FRED KILBOURNE, FSA

FCA, FCAS, FCIA, MAAA, MSPA Charter Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and the National Academy of Social Insurance; past President of the Casualty Actuarial Society and the Conference of Consulting Actuaries; Chairman of the Critical Review of the U.S. Actuarial Profession



JEREMY GOLD, FSA

CERA, MAAA; Independent Actuary; former head, Morgan Stanley Pensions; former Society of Actuaries Vice President and Board Member; former Vice Chair of the Pension Practice Council of the American Academy of Actuaries


MARK LITOW, FSA

Retired, former Principal, Millman; Member, Board of Governors of the Society of Actuaries; EVP, Council for Affordable Health Insurance


HAEWORTH ROBERTSON, FSA

Past Board Member and Vice-President of the Society of Actuaries, Chief Actuary of the Social Security Administration (1975-78); received the "Robert J. Myers Public Service Award;" received the "Wynn Kent Public Communication Award"



JAY NOVIK, FSA

Principal of Black Diamond Capital Partners; former Vice Chairman of Swiss Re America

ROD ROHDA, FSA

Retired Executive, Fidelity Investments

 


BART CLENNON, FSA

Retired former Principal, Millman

 


BOB L. COLLETT, FSA

Retired, President and CEO, Milliman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


OUR MISSION

To help provide key stakeholders a full, accurate, and easily understood analysis of the financial realities of the nation’s social insurance and public employee benefit programs.

OUR OBJECTIVE

To assure that these systems are designed and managed with the financial discipline and transparency they require, but which they are not getting because of political pressures and the tendency of elected and other representatives to look for support rather than illumination.