The Caribbean Actuarial Association holds Executive Council elections every two years at the Annual General Meeting. The next elections will take place at the 2019 Annual General Meeting to be held in Curaçao on 6th December 2019. The Executive Council is inviting members to submit nominations for Executive Council members who are willing to serve for the next two-year cycle 2020 and 2021 in advance of the Annual General Meeting (AGM). Nominations at the AGM from the floor will still be considered.
The Executive Council comprises nine members:
- President Elect
- Immediate Past President
- Vice President
- Two additional Council Members
- Student Representative on Council
The President Elect succeeds to the office of President.
The President succeeds to the office of Immediate Past President.
All other positions are elected, and an incumbent member of the Executive Council may be re-elected to the same or another position on the Executive Council.
Eligibility to hold office
A nominee for President Elect must be an Ordinary Member in good standing for a minimum of one year.
A nominee for Vice President must be an Ordinary Member in good standing for a minimum of one year.
A nominee for Secretary, Treasurer or Council Member must be an Ordinary or Associate Member in good standing for a minimum of one year.
A nominee for Student Representative must be an Ordinary, Associate or Student Member in good standing for a minimum of one year.
Eligibility to vote
Ordinary members in good standing may vote for any position except that of Student Representative.
Associate members in good standing may vote for any position.
Student members in good standing may vote only for Student representative.
Affiliate members do not vote.
Any member eligible to vote may nominate any other member who is eligible to hold office.
Points to consider about your candidate before submitting your nomination
- Is an active member of the CAA
- Is willing to serve on Council
- Demonstrates commitment to the CAA through participation on Council, committees or task forces
- Demonstrates commitment to the actuarial profession through mentorship, volunteerism, etc.
- Exhibits appropriate professional behaviour as a representative of the CAA
- Possesses strategic planning and forward-thinking skills
- Possesses leadership skills, including the ability to assess the current environment and set and communicate a confident future direction to motivate positive changes within the organisation
- Has good time management and organisational skills to be able to fully undertake the role
Please submit your nominations before 18th October 2019 using the survey link below.
Continue to Nominations survey
Nominations, including the proposer and seconder, may also be sent by email to email@example.com