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Meet growing needs for innovative insurance solutions while increasing operational health and improving compliance.
Deliver on the promises of the past and create smart solutions for the future.
Manage complex risks using data-driven insights, advanced approaches, and deep industry experience.
This is a place where your ideas and insights make an impact. Where an independent, entrepreneurial spirit is an advantage. And where diversity of thought and experience makes us who we are.
Data-driven insight. Deep expertise. Transformative innovation. Since 1947, Milliman has delivered intelligent solutions to improve health and financial security.
Health and financial well-being have no borders. That’s why we’re committed through our work and partnerships to addressing issues that have a global impact.
Our employees are driving innovation in climate resiliency, breaking barriers for underrepresented people in our industry, and partnering with the United Nations Global Compact. As we strive to protect the health and financial well-being of people everywhere, we remain committed to our mission.
Candid perspectives on activism, equality, and the importance of standing together
Great work requires a clear mission.
A spirit of social responsibility has permeated Milliman’s DNA since its founding in 1947. Three pillars represent our commitment:
Our Work – In our client work, we live our mission at its core through projects to design crop insurance that protects Ethiopian farmers from loss of income, closing the inequality gap for women in retirement planning, and developing better coverage for flood insurance.
Our People – We nurture and celebrate employees through activities that promote diversity and inclusion. We’re committed to increasing underrepresented people in our industry through scholarship programs and sponsorships of the International Association of Black Actuaries and the Organization of Latino Actuaries. Education and mentoring programs, including Milliman University and the Milliman Mentorship Program, help employees grow in their careers. We’ve also implemented Employee Resource Groups to identify, support, and increase diversity within our organization.
Our World – We contribute to our communities through volunteer activities with the Milliman Giving Fund, provide funding for global relief efforts such as our Global Coronavirus Support 2020, and address climate change through the Milliman Climate Resilience Initiative.
Discover how we set a standard for ethical and sustainable business practices, innovation that transforms communities, philanthropic pursuits, and diversity and inclusion.
Learn how we’re creating global change through addressing racial disparities in healthcare, solving climate challenges, and developing microinsurance products.
Why an inclusive culture matters
The essential benefits of a diverse workforce.
Milliman employees and retirees partner with Math Motivators to give students a boost in academics.
In 2019, Milliman amplified its commitment to social responsibility. We signed on to the United Nations Global Compact, committing to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) that aim to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all. The UNSDGs are a natural extension of Milliman’s mission to protect the health and financial well-being of people everywhere.
Our giving is largely directed by our employees, who bring the same passion, strategic thinking, and entrepreneurial spirit to our philanthropy as they do to our clients. Through volunteering and financial gifts, employees and alumni support global signature projects that contribute to healthcare, education, and economic development. The Milliman Giving Fund was established in 2018 to support firmwide charitable efforts that bring transformational results.
Milliman is partnering with Opportunity International (OI) to fuel the economic transformation of thousands of parents and children living in poverty. In 2019, Milliman awarded a grant of $250,000, renewable for up to three years to fund an Opportunity Zone program in Mityana, Uganda.
The program combines two high-impact education and rural finance programs to create a zone where more jobs, higher incomes for parents, and quality education for children accelerate the pace in which families and communities can build a better future.
OI will offer substantial new loan funding for small businesses and schools from its partner bank, the Opportunity Bank of Uganda. The project also includes volunteer opportunities for Milliman employees with specific marketing, financial, IT, and risk management skills.
Since 1971, OI has provided business loans and training to more than 15 million families to help them escape extreme poverty. OI’s mission and work aligns with both Milliman’s mission and themes, specifically in community and economic development.
Milliman partners with The Actuarial Foundation to support Math Motivators—a free tutoring program that closes the math achievement gap. The program pairs lower-income middle school and high school students with actuaries and college students majoring in actuarial science, mathematics, or math education.
In 2018, the Milliman Giving Fund made a $750,000 grant to fund Math Motivators’ expansion across the United States over a three-year period. This project meets our goal of assisting underserved populations in STEM studies.
In addition to financial contributions, Milliman employees volunteer in Seattle, Chicago, Hartford, New York City, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and Portland, Maine. The program operated in 22 schools in nine cities in the 2018-19 school year, and it’s on track to expand to additional cities in 2020.
This paper discusses Kenya’s public health insurance scheme.
There is growing evidence supporting the power of cognitive diversity to further support and expand traditional diversity initiatives.
Milliman partnered with the PharmAccess Foundation on an analysis involving the establishment of a health insurance pricing scheme in Africa.
Data gathering and mobile technology are making it possible to offer new insurance services to the world’s poorest.
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