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Whether you are attending our 2024 Spring Meeting or just looking to take part in the Sunday Workshops, we have a registration option for everyone.

Spring Meeting Attendee: Sunday Workshops require a separate registration fee apart from your Spring Meeting registration.

Sunday Workshop Only: Perfect for those focused on maximizing their learning in a short span, these sessions promise intense, in-depth exploration of cutting-edge topics. Don't miss this chance to dive deep into areas of interest. >>Explore Registration Options

Actuarial Data Manipulation with R
Sunday Workshop
Actuarial Data Manipulation with R

Explore bias testing and mitigation and enhance your skills in data imputation methods and fairness metrics.  

Introduction to Ratemaking
Sunday Workshop
Introduction to Ratemaking

Gain a comprehensive understanding of the methodologies behind property and casualty insurance rates.  

Practical AI Applications for Underwriting
Sunday Workshop
Practical AI Applications for Underwriting

Discover the potential of Retrieval-Augmented Generation (RAG) AI models and LLMs in underwriting, with a focus on Python implementation.

CAS Capability Model

The CAS Capability Model is a visual framework that articulates and provides guidance on the traits, skills and knowledge important for most property/casualty actuaries.

The CAS Capability Model has three intended uses:

  • Support actuaries in their career and professional development. It can be used to identify current levels of experience and desired future levels.
  • Facilitate actuaries in identifying the CAS continuing education content that can help them develop areas of expertise.
  • Promote the full range of the actuarial skill set and the essential contributions of actuaries to the insurance industry to current and potential employers, academics, students, and other stakeholders.

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CE credits available


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Continuing Education Credits

Note: The amount of CE credit that can be earned for participating in this activity must be assessed by the individual attendee. It also may be different for individuals who are subject to the requirements of organizations other than the American Academy of Actuaries.


CE credit per 50 minutes


Our organizers
Spring Meeting Planning Working Group
Meagan Mirkovich – Chair
Nora Potter – Staff Chair
Kathleen Dean – Staff Chair
Working Group Members
Carl Ashenbrenner
Ben Carrier
Isaac Espinoza
Jim Flinn
Ellen Guffy
Jen Jabben
Ron Kozlowski
Voon Lai
Michelle Lam
Andrew Li
Sarah Li
Reese Mularz
Christina Pop
Ravi Sharma
Jeremy Shoemaker
Bob Wolf
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