Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Creating Meaningful Benefit and Retirement Programs
A Hosted Member Social Event
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are top of mind for many employers as well as their current and prospective employees. Join us as we explore DE&I and social determinants of health, including leveraging data to understand your population’s health disparities and actionable solutions (or strategies) to create a meaningful, inclusive benefit program.
Our interactive discussion will focus on:
This session approved for one (1) hour of continuing education from the Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner.
o What is driving DE&I as a business imperative?
o DE&I in the workforce
o DE&I through the lens of social determinants of health
o How to determine if your current benefits and retirement programs align with your definition of DE&I
o Building a path to equity within your total rewards approach
Grace Lattyak, FSA, EA, MAAA
Retirement Consulting Actuary
Grace is a Partner at Aon with nineteen years of experience in strategic retirement plan consulting.
Grace oversees Aon’s Retirement Readiness research, The Real Deal, and its application to plan sponsors as they seek to improve the retirement outcomes for their employees. She regularly speaks about retirement readiness at conferences and has been quoted in various publications.
Grace assists companies in benchmarking their broad benefit programs, with a focus on considering benefit design from a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion lens.
Grace sits on Aon’s U.S. National Actuarial Resource Team, responsible for the technical training of all of Aon’s U.S. credentialed actuaries as well as staying connected with external industry organizations. Grace actively volunteers in professional organizations such as the American Academy of Actuaries and the Society of Actuary.
Ian Stark, FSA, MAAA
Senior Vice President/Lead Consulting Actuary
Ian is responsible for assisting employers with evaluating the financial and organizational risks and opportunities of their benefits programs. He brings his actuarial mindset to the entire client relationship including strategic benefit design, wellbeing programs, bid analysis, cost projection, implementation, vendor management and benefit administration integration
He joined the firm straight out of college in 1997 under Hewitt. He has worked in the Dallas, Minneapolis, and Seattle offices.
Ian has broad experience with large and small organizations across multiple sectors including education, finance, healthcare, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, public entities, retail, and technology industries.
His career in comprehensive strategic and actuarial consulting has developed unique expertise in wellbeing programs, healthcare consumerism, merger & acquisition activity, union negotiations, and retiree benefits.
SCHEDULE - October 19, 2022
2:45 - 3:15 pm - Registration/sign in
3:15 - 4:15 - Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Creating Meaningful Benefit and Retirement Programs *
4:15 - 4:30 - Questions & Answers
4:30 - 7:00 - Hosted Cocktail and Hors d'oeuvres Event
* Approved for one (1) hour of continuing education from the Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner.
Online registration closes at NOON on October 18. If you have questions, please contact WP&BC Seattle Chapter via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone 206.653.7259.
A Certificate of Attendance is available upon request.
There will be no refunds after October 11.
MEMBERS: $25 per person
NON-MEMBERS $35 per person
BEST OPTION: $100 new or renewing members INCLUDES this event
EvenTide Event Venue @ Tyee Yacht Club on Lake Union
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