Pascale Belleau, Associate Director, Communications and Public Affairs, Leaves CIA for the CMPA

In late March, Pascale Belleau, associate director, communications and public affairs, will leave the CIA to take on the director of communications role at the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA).

During her time at the CIA, Pascale worked with many volunteers and leaders on numerous public statements and submissions, helping the Institute to increase its emphasis on external communications, including more involvement in public policy issues where actuaries have something of value to contribute.   

Among her many contributions, Pascale was instrumental in helping implement the recommendations of the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Public Policy to produce the May 2016 public position on the expansion of public pension plans, the January 2017 submission on the consultation on the Québec Pension Plan, and the 2017–2019 strategic plan.

Her colleagues and volunteers are sad to see her go, but wish her the very best in her challenging new role.

Canadian Institute of Actuaries/Institut canadien des actuaires