Career Speaker Series: Actuarial Careers at Caresource

Friday, December 8, 2023, 4 pm to 5:30 pm
Math & Micro 152
Future Students
Current Students
The public


Presenters:  Wright State Alumna, Samantha Creekbaum, and Mitch Wagner

Company: Caresource

Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, CareSource has built a legacy of providing quality health care coverage for Medicare and Medicaid consumers. CareSource also has a diverse offering of insurance plans on the Health Insurance Marketplace.

This presentation will give the students a look into the CareSource mission, what the actuarial program has to offer for both interns and new analysts, and what day to day lives look like as Actuarial Analysts at CareSource.

Bio Sketch:

Sammy Creekbaum serves as an individual contributor on the Reserving team in the Actuarial Department. Sammy began her work at CareSource as part of the first group of virtual interns in the summer of 2020, she then graduated the following spring from Wright State University with her Bachelor of Science in Statistics. While working at CareSource she has spent her time working on the reserving team, organizing team training sessions, and pursuing her ASA credentials. Sammy lives in Beavercreek with her two cats where she spends her free time taking care of her plants, traveling, and spending time outdoors.

Mitch Wagner serves as an individual contributor on the Reserving team in the Actuarial Department. Mitch graduated in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science and a minor in Finance from Ferris State University. After one year of contracting in supply chain risk assessment, Mitch now works on reserving, below-the-line accruals, and attaining his ASA credentials. Mitch lives in Centerville and enjoys golfing, cooking, and visiting family in Michigan.

December 8, 2023 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Math & Micro, Room 152 (the Math Cave)


For information, contact
Julan Al-Yassin
Director of the Actuarial Science Program
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