Articles & Papers:
- IAA Releases a Discussion Paper on Mortality by Causes of Death
- SOA: Financial Perspectives on Aging and Retirement Across the Generations
- SOA: Erin Sheriff, FSA, MAAA, discusses gender identity with SOA Board member Sara Corrough Teppema
- IFoA: Neurodiversity and the actuarial profession
Events & Webinars:
- The Growth Actuary Virtual Summit 23rd-25th June
- IFoA Presidential Address 2021 25th June
- SOA: Inside InsurTech: Virtual Roundtable – Health 29th June
- CIA: IFRS 17 Discount Rate Educational Note External Consultation Update 6th July
- IFoA: Behavioural Science Series: Reinventing Your Career with Herminia Ibarra 9th July
ICA 2023 Bridge to Tomorrow – 28th May-1st June 2023, Sydney, Australia
Stay tuned for details of an exciting CAA Webinar – Extending the Actuaries’ Reach!
- IFoA: Actuarial management of climate change risk – emerging good practice webinar, 1st July
- IFoA: Climate scenario analysis for pension schemes
- CARICOM: Region needs to strengthen its resolve to advance a green resilient recovery post-COVID-19: CARICOM SG to USAID Climate Change Symposium
- IMF: Blog: A Proposal to Scale Up Global Carbon Pricing
To The World
- Lucy Campbell was born in Barbados. Her father was the first Bajan to earn a doctorate in mathematics. He worked at UWI Cave Hill then moved to UWI Mona where Lucy grew up. She followed in her father’s footsteps studying math at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana, Cambridge University in the UK, then McGill in Canada where she received her PhD in 2000. She did postdoctoral research in atmospheric physics, at the University of Toronto, on improving our understanding of the mechanisms by which the earth’s atmosphere and ocean evolve with time, relevant to climate modelling and weather prediction. She received an award from the Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society in 2019.Lucy is currently an Associate Professor at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, at Carleton University in Ottawa.
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