Learn about the actuarial career and its role within the insurance industry.
The SOA provides exams and education for pursuing actuarial credentials.
The SOA offers a variety of continuing education, from webcasts to live events.
Access findings from the SOA’s various research studies, papers, essays and more.
Learn about the many different professional interest sections, from newsletters to in-person meetings.
The SOA provides its members and candidates with a variety of actuarial tools and resources.
Through education and research, the SOA helps its members to serve as leaders of the measurement and management of risk.
Participate and learn more about the elections for Society of
Actuaries (SOA) Board of Directors and sections.
Each of the Society of Actuaries’ (SOA’s) 20 sections are led by a council of 9 – 12 elected members. The section council is elected by section members who are typically SOA members. Approximately a third of the section council rolls off each year and new council members are elected.
SOA Section Elections Fact Sheet: Learn about the process to run for a section council.
Expression of Interest Form: Your first step in running for a section council is to fill out this short form. You must be a member of the SOA and a member of the section for which you would like to run.
Please see below for special requirements for running for the Joint Risk Management Section.
Section Election Important Dates: This is a list of important dates you will need to remember if you are running for a section council.
Joint Risk Management Section: This unique section is jointly sponsored by the Casualty Actuarial Society, the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and the SOA. Members of any of these three organizations may run for this section council as long as they are a member of the Joint Risk Management Section.
What to expect if elected? A very brief look into the duties and opportunities of a section council member.
for results from the 2017 section elections.