´╗┐More than Maths Morning - an event for careers advisers

The Actuaries Institute invites careers advisers to attend the More than Maths Morning - a free event.

Learn more about the actuarial profession and the importance of encouraging high school students to continue studying maths. 

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  • Hear from Nicolette Rubinsztein, Actuaries Institute President. 

  • Presentation from Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI).

  • Speak to actuaries who work in a wide range of practice areas and industries.

  • Find out more about  the actuarial profession and STEM.

  • Network with other Careers Advisers.

  • Discuss how we can support Careers Advisers and students.


Elayne Grace, CEO, Actuaries Institute

Elayne is the Chief Executive Officer of the Actuaries Institute. She is passionate about building a strong outward looking profession that is high in demand now and in the future. An actuarial profession known for its cutting-edge data analytics, trusted insights and commercial strategy as much as for its public policy thought leadership and its historical regulatory roles.

Elayne is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia and of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and has a BA in Accounting and Finance.


Nicolette Rubinsztein, President, Actuaries Institute

Nicolette is a Non Executive Director at UniSuper, SuperEd and Onepath Insurance. Prior to that she was a General Manager at Colonial First State/ CBA for 14 years and also on the board of ASFA for eight years. She is a graduate of AICD and also has an executive MBA from the AGSM. She is a UNSW Alumni Leader and on the  Macquarie University Faculty of Business and Economics Advisory Board. Nicolette is also author of the book, Not Guilty, about career mums.

"The Institute ran its first Hackathon, and we helped the Fred Hollows Foundation to better understand their donor base... as an Actuary, I'm proud that we are making a real difference in society" - Calise.

Calise Liu undertook an internship at Finity Consulting after graduating and progressed to become an Actuarial Analyst.

"The most amazing and rewarding thing about being an actuary is that we have this skillset that is both technical and qualitative, that allows us to solve complex problems in our society in a very robust manner" - Brittany.

Brittany Ryan graduated with a Bachelor of Actuarial Studies and a Bachelor of Finance from the Australian National University, and is now an Actuarial Associate at PwC.


Date: Wednesday 27 November 2019 
Time: 8.45am - 11.30am 
Actuaries Institute 
50 Carrington Street 
Sydney NSW 2000 
Cost: Free 


You will be asked to log In upon registration, please continue as a guest.

For more information on the event, please contact Jennifer Yu via email jennifer.yu@actuaries.asn.auor on +61 (0) 2 9239 6125. 

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