Ms. Dennison was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Math and Statistics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in May of 1985. While a senior at Stony Brook, she taught Calculus as an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant.
Upon graduation, Ms. Dennison began her actuarial career at the CIGNA Corporation as an Actuarial Analyst. Her first assignment at CIGNA was in the broker-pricing unit of the Actuarial Department. There she assisted Special Risk Underwriters in pricing large deductible, paid loss retrospectively rated, and captive insurance programs. In her next assignment, the commercial package rate-making section of the Actuarial Department, her duties included rate reviews, filing support, quarterly reserve reviews, and market comparisons of rates and deductible programs.
Ms. Dennison joined the Research and Development (RAD) division of Corroon & Black's Advanced Risk Management Services (ARMS) in February of 1988. As Senior Analyst in the actuarial group, she was responsible for preparing loss reserve determinations, rate analyses, loss projections, and alternative loss funding studies for hospitals, major industrial clients, and governmental entities. In March of 1990, Ms. Dennison joined Casualty Actuarial Consultants, Inc. She left in July 1999 as Senior Vice President.
Ms. Dennison has spoken at the Group Funds Association of Georgia's seminar on "Beware of the Tell-Tale Signs; The Fund You Save Could Be Your Own." Ms. Dennison's paper titled "Understanding Actuarial Techniques" was published in the May/June 1999 edition of Public Risk and presented at the 1999 PRIMA Annual Conference in San Diego. She spoke at the National State Trucking Association (an association of group self-insured workers compensation trucking programs) NSTA Winter Conference on "How to Effectively Manage a Workers Compensation Self-Insured Group Through the Soft Market".
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