Carolyn joined SCOR in March of 2020 as Vice President, Actuary – Experience Analysis. She is responsible for leading the mortality and lapse experience research including projects related to post-level term experience, cause of death analysis and mortality improvement. She also manages the production of the internal experience study. Her team leverages learnings from their research and the internal study to update best estimate assumptions and to provide insights for product development and inforce management.
Carolyn has 15 years of experience in the actuarial and insurance industry. Most recently, she was vice president at an actuarial consulting firm where she led a variety of projects including product development, financial reporting and actuarial audits. Prior to that, Carolyn started her career working for a large US life reinsurer where she was part of the financial reporting team with a focus on embedded value and economic capital reporting.
Carolyn holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics from Washburn University. She is a Fellow in the Society of Actuaries (FSA) and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (MAAA). She also holds the Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst (CERA) designation through the Society of Actuaries.
Carolyn is a frequent presenter for the Society of Actuaries and has also presented for the American Academy of Actuaries and the American Fraternal Alliance. She is an active volunteer with the Society of Actuaries, recently serving as the chair for the Smaller Insurance Company section council. She has also served as a volunteer for the exam grading, writing and syllabus committees for the Society of Actuaries fellowship exams.