Mary Pat Campbell is an actuary working in Connecticut, investigating life insurance and annuity industry trends. She has been interested in exploring mortality trends, public finance and public pensions as an avocation. Some of these explorations can be found at her blog:

Campbell is a fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries. She has been working in the life/annuity industry since 2003. She holds a master's degree in math from New York University and undergraduate degrees in math and physics from North Carolina State University.

April 12, 2018

Lessons From a Public Health Catastrophe

A hundred years ago, the Spanish flu killed tens of millions. As governments prepare for the next pandemic, there's much to learn from the responses to that outbreak.