MS-Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington in 2009 after completing a BS-Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biochemistry (Summa Cum Laude) at California Polytechnic State University (2007).
Libby MacKinnon models life contingent products for financial reporting, pricing and valuation with a focus on variable annuities in her work as an Actuarial Analyst for Milliman. She has expertise in C++ programming, including implementation of nested stochastic reserves and hedging strategies. A recent Milliman assignment was managing and streamlining the practice’s charitable annuity valuation program. She joined Milliman in 2011 and has passed the Society of Actuaries (SOA) Exams P, FM, MFE, MLC, and C as well as completed all SOA VEE requirements. Ms. MacKinnon has additional software skills in MATLAB, Visual Basic, MG-ALFA, SQL, R, LaTeX, and MS-Office. Previously she was a Pre-doctoral Lecturer at the University of Washington Department of Applied Mathematics and has also taught as an adjunct math instructor at both Clark College and Renton Technical College.