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Actuarial Students' Society of Kenya (ASSK)

The Actuarial Students' Society of Kenya is an umbrella body for student actuaries and BSc Actuarial Science students in Kenya.

Founded in 2013, it has 22 member universities.

The main objectives of the society include:

  • co-ordinating member activities
  • creating awareness of the actuarial profession amongst both students and the public
  • upholding professionalism amongst actuarial students
  • bridging the gap between students and the industry through social and professional events
  • creating a link between industry and student actuaries.

The Society hosts various events which help it to achieve its objectives

These events are both social and professional and include:

  • the annual Product Design and Modelling Competition, which is usually held in June.  Students develop and model actuarial products with respect to the given theme.  They are then judged by a panel of Fellows and prizes are awarded
  • the annual ASSK cocktail evening, usually held in late October.  This is a social event whereby student actuaries network with Fellows
  • professional forums whereby specialists in a given area give a talk on a topic
  • leadership training for our officials and campus representatives to guide them on how to lead their campus associations.

To find out more, or to join ASSK, please contact us through info@actuaries.or.ke or for more information about the leadership team, please view the details here: assk.or.ke.

Who's who in the Actuarial Students' Society of Kenya

Vincent Gitonga Chairperson
Stacy Gichuki Vice-Chairperson
Joseph Mutati Secretary-General
Obadiah Moracha Deputy Secretary General
Catherine Nduku Treasurer
Naomi Nyambura Vice Treasurer
Abner Maina Organising Secretary
Oscar Munene Deputy Organising Secretary
Joseph Mathenge Corporate Affairs Secretary
James Kimondo Students Liaison Officer
Cardine Ambundo Editor-in-Chief

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Contact Details

For information regarding regional societies, please contact our team

Regional.Engagement@actuaries.org.uk