CCA Awards

(At Right) 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient Barbara J. LautzenheiserLifetime Achievement Award

(At Right) 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient Lance J. Weiss Pictured with 2016 CCA President Donald J. Segal

This is awarded to a volunteer for contributions made to the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, or the actuarial consulting profession in general, during his/her professional career. The award is announced at the CCA's Annual Meeting, where the recipient is given a plaque, a small gift, and waiver of registration fees for that meeting. Although nominations are accepted throughout the year, nominations made by June 1, of each year would be considered for presentation at the upcoming Annual Meeting.

Follow this link for details about the Most Valuable Volunteer Award or to submit a nomination.

 

2016 Most Valuable Volunteer Award Recipient Patricia A. Rotello Pictured with 2016 CCA President Donald J. SegalMost Valuable Volunteer Award

(At Right) 2016 Most Valuable Volunteer Award Recipient Patricia A. Rotello Pictured with 2016 CCA President Donald J. Segal

This is awarded to a volunteer for contributions made to the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, or the actuarial consulting profession in general, during the past 12 to 24 months. The award is announced at the CCA's Annual Meeting, where the recipient is given a plaque, a small gift, and waiver of registration fees for that meeting. Although nominations are accepted throughout the year, nominations made by June 1, of each year would be considered for presentation at the upcoming Annual Meeting.

Follow this link for details about the Most Valuable Volunteer Award or to submit a nomination.

 

2016 Wynn Kent Public Communication AwardWynn Kent Public Communications Award

(At Right) 2016 Wynn Kent Public Communications Award Recipient Steve Vernon 

In 2005, a prize was established by family and members of the CCA Board in memory of Irwin I. "Wynn" Kent (CCA President 1989-1990) and his contributions to financial risk and the profession's work product. The Wynn Kent Public Communications Award is given to members of the actuarial profession who have contributed to the public awareness of the work of the actuarial profession and the value of actuarial science in meeting the financial security of society in the fields of life, health, casualty, pensions and other related areas. Any actuary is eligible for the Award.

The recipient of the Award can be recognized for a single event or for a lifetime of making the public aware of the profession. Follow this link to The Actuarial Foundation website for details about how to submit a nomination for this award.

Click here to contribute to the Wynn Kent Public Communications Award through The Actuarial Foundation (Select "other," and indicate Kent Award to designate your donation to support this Foundation initiative).

 

2015 John Hanson Memorial Prize Recipient Jonathan B. Forman Pictured with Actuarial Foundation Trustee Carol R. SearsJohn Hanson Memorial Prize

(At Right) 2015 John Hanson Memorial Prize Recipient Jonathan Forman Pictured with Actuarial Foundation Representative Carol R. Sears

The John Hanson Memorial Prize is awarded for the best paper on an employee benefits topic. Anywhere from zero to three prizes may be awarded each year. The author need not apply to be considered for the prize and need not be a member of the CCA. The prize consists of a cash award, waiver to the Annual Meeting where the award is presented, and a plaque.

Click here to access the submission form through The Actuarial Foundation web site.