Tammy Dixon

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Tammy Dixon

Tammy Dixon

Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Ms. Dixon is a Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Washington, DC office. She has over 30 years of consulting experience working with pension plans for all types of employers, and of varying sizes, with participants ranging from highly compensated, professional or creative personnel to lower-paid seasonal workers.

Ms. Dixon is the former manager of Segal’s actuarial department in Los Angeles where she oversaw the actuarial services for pension clients of the Los Angeles, Phoenix and Denver offices. Ms. Dixon is a member of Segal’s Actuarial Manager’s Committee, which is responsible for developing policies pertaining to all actuarial work performed at the firm. She performs actuarial valuations on behalf of public sector plan sponsors and prepares GASB 67/68 calculations. In addition, Ms. Dixon works to navigate retirement plan issues with labor and management representatives engaged in the collective bargaining process and has extensive experience with compliance issues and legislative processes.

Ms. Dixon has a BA in Mathematics, with a minor in Economics, from Southern Illinois University. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow in the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary. She is a member of the Pension Committee for the Actuarial Standards Board, developing standards for actuaries working in the pension area.

Ms. Dixon has been elected a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance. She has previously served on the Society of Actuaries (SOA) Pension Section Countil, the SOA Education and Examination Committee for pension exams and the joint SOA/Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) Minority Recruiting Committee.

Ms. Dixon speaks and presents frequently at professional organizations and has testified before legislative bodies. She recently co-authored a paper for the Society of Actuaries, “Public Pension Plan Design: A Two-Component Approach to Addressing Challenges.” Her presentations over the past few years include:

  • "Public Safety Retirement Funds Evolving Risks and Opportunities," NCPERS Public Safety Conferences, 2018
  • "ASOP 51: How Does Risk Look Now?", Conference of Consulting Actuaries, 2018
  • "ASB Standards for Pension Actuaries," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2018
  • "Managing Professional Liability and Reputational Risk," Conference of Consulting Actuaries – Professionalism Seminar, 2018
  • "Pension ASOPs," Society of Actuaries Annual Meeting, 2017
  • "Variable Benefit Designs," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2017
  • "Proposed Risk ASOP," Government Finance Officers’ Association, 2016
  • "Setting Economic Assumptions for Pensions, Made in America Benefits Summit, 2015

 

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Tammy Dixon

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Tammy Dixon

Tammy Dixon

Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Ms. Dixon is a Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Washington, DC office. She has over 30 years of consulting experience working with pension plans for all types of employers, and of varying sizes, with participants ranging from highly compensated, professional or creative personnel to lower-paid seasonal workers.

Ms. Dixon is the former manager of Segal’s actuarial department in Los Angeles where she oversaw the actuarial services for pension clients of the Los Angeles, Phoenix and Denver offices. Ms. Dixon is a member of Segal’s Actuarial Manager’s Committee, which is responsible for developing policies pertaining to all actuarial work performed at the firm. She performs actuarial valuations on behalf of public sector plan sponsors and prepares GASB 67/68 calculations. In addition, Ms. Dixon works to navigate retirement plan issues with labor and management representatives engaged in the collective bargaining process and has extensive experience with compliance issues and legislative processes.

Ms. Dixon has a BA in Mathematics, with a minor in Economics, from Southern Illinois University. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow in the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary. She is a member of the Pension Committee for the Actuarial Standards Board, developing standards for actuaries working in the pension area.

Ms. Dixon has been elected a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance. She has previously served on the Society of Actuaries (SOA) Pension Section Countil, the SOA Education and Examination Committee for pension exams and the joint SOA/Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) Minority Recruiting Committee.

Ms. Dixon speaks and presents frequently at professional organizations and has testified before legislative bodies. She recently co-authored a paper for the Society of Actuaries, “Public Pension Plan Design: A Two-Component Approach to Addressing Challenges.” Her presentations over the past few years include:

  • "Public Safety Retirement Funds Evolving Risks and Opportunities," NCPERS Public Safety Conferences, 2018
  • "ASOP 51: How Does Risk Look Now?", Conference of Consulting Actuaries, 2018
  • "ASB Standards for Pension Actuaries," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2018
  • "Managing Professional Liability and Reputational Risk," Conference of Consulting Actuaries – Professionalism Seminar, 2018
  • "Pension ASOPs," Society of Actuaries Annual Meeting, 2017
  • "Variable Benefit Designs," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2017
  • "Proposed Risk ASOP," Government Finance Officers’ Association, 2016
  • "Setting Economic Assumptions for Pensions, Made in America Benefits Summit, 2015

 

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Tammy Dixon

Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Tammy Dixon

Contact Tammy

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Ms. Dixon is a Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Washington, DC office. She has over 30 years of consulting experience working with pension plans for all types of employers, and of varying sizes, with participants ranging from highly compensated, professional or creative personnel to lower-paid seasonal workers.

Ms. Dixon is the former manager of Segal’s actuarial department in Los Angeles where she oversaw the actuarial services for pension clients of the Los Angeles, Phoenix and Denver offices. Ms. Dixon is a member of Segal’s Actuarial Manager’s Committee, which is responsible for developing policies pertaining to all actuarial work performed at the firm. She performs actuarial valuations on behalf of public sector plan sponsors and prepares GASB 67/68 calculations. In addition, Ms. Dixon works to navigate retirement plan issues with labor and management representatives engaged in the collective bargaining process and has extensive experience with compliance issues and legislative processes.

Ms. Dixon has a BA in Mathematics, with a minor in Economics, from Southern Illinois University. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow in the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary. She is a member of the Pension Committee for the Actuarial Standards Board, developing standards for actuaries working in the pension area.

Ms. Dixon has been elected a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance. She has previously served on the Society of Actuaries (SOA) Pension Section Countil, the SOA Education and Examination Committee for pension exams and the joint SOA/Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) Minority Recruiting Committee.

Ms. Dixon speaks and presents frequently at professional organizations and has testified before legislative bodies. She recently co-authored a paper for the Society of Actuaries, “Public Pension Plan Design: A Two-Component Approach to Addressing Challenges.” Her presentations over the past few years include:

  • "Public Safety Retirement Funds Evolving Risks and Opportunities," NCPERS Public Safety Conferences, 2018
  • "ASOP 51: How Does Risk Look Now?", Conference of Consulting Actuaries, 2018
  • "ASB Standards for Pension Actuaries," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2018
  • "Managing Professional Liability and Reputational Risk," Conference of Consulting Actuaries – Professionalism Seminar, 2018
  • "Pension ASOPs," Society of Actuaries Annual Meeting, 2017
  • "Variable Benefit Designs," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2017
  • "Proposed Risk ASOP," Government Finance Officers’ Association, 2016
  • "Setting Economic Assumptions for Pensions, Made in America Benefits Summit, 2015

 

Leadership

Tammy Dixon

Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Tammy Dixon

Contact Tammy

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Ms. Dixon is a Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Washington, DC office. She has over 30 years of consulting experience working with pension plans for all types of employers, and of varying sizes, with participants ranging from highly compensated, professional or creative personnel to lower-paid seasonal workers.

Ms. Dixon is the former manager of Segal’s actuarial department in Los Angeles where she oversaw the actuarial services for pension clients of the Los Angeles, Phoenix and Denver offices. Ms. Dixon is a member of Segal’s Actuarial Manager’s Committee, which is responsible for developing policies pertaining to all actuarial work performed at the firm. She performs actuarial valuations on behalf of public sector plan sponsors and prepares GASB 67/68 calculations. In addition, Ms. Dixon works to navigate retirement plan issues with labor and management representatives engaged in the collective bargaining process and has extensive experience with compliance issues and legislative processes.

Ms. Dixon has a BA in Mathematics, with a minor in Economics, from Southern Illinois University. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow in the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary. She is a member of the Pension Committee for the Actuarial Standards Board, developing standards for actuaries working in the pension area.

Ms. Dixon has been elected a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance. She has previously served on the Society of Actuaries (SOA) Pension Section Countil, the SOA Education and Examination Committee for pension exams and the joint SOA/Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) Minority Recruiting Committee.

Ms. Dixon speaks and presents frequently at professional organizations and has testified before legislative bodies. She recently co-authored a paper for the Society of Actuaries, “Public Pension Plan Design: A Two-Component Approach to Addressing Challenges.” Her presentations over the past few years include:

  • "Public Safety Retirement Funds Evolving Risks and Opportunities," NCPERS Public Safety Conferences, 2018
  • "ASOP 51: How Does Risk Look Now?", Conference of Consulting Actuaries, 2018
  • "ASB Standards for Pension Actuaries," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2018
  • "Managing Professional Liability and Reputational Risk," Conference of Consulting Actuaries – Professionalism Seminar, 2018
  • "Pension ASOPs," Society of Actuaries Annual Meeting, 2017
  • "Variable Benefit Designs," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2017
  • "Proposed Risk ASOP," Government Finance Officers’ Association, 2016
  • "Setting Economic Assumptions for Pensions, Made in America Benefits Summit, 2015

 

Leadership

Tammy Dixon

Tammy Dixon

Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Contact Tammy

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Ms. Dixon is a Vice President and Actuary in Segal's Washington, DC office. She has over 30 years of consulting experience working with pension plans for all types of employers, and of varying sizes, with participants ranging from highly compensated, professional or creative personnel to lower-paid seasonal workers.

Ms. Dixon is the former manager of Segal’s actuarial department in Los Angeles where she oversaw the actuarial services for pension clients of the Los Angeles, Phoenix and Denver offices. Ms. Dixon is a member of Segal’s Actuarial Manager’s Committee, which is responsible for developing policies pertaining to all actuarial work performed at the firm. She performs actuarial valuations on behalf of public sector plan sponsors and prepares GASB 67/68 calculations. In addition, Ms. Dixon works to navigate retirement plan issues with labor and management representatives engaged in the collective bargaining process and has extensive experience with compliance issues and legislative processes.

Ms. Dixon has a BA in Mathematics, with a minor in Economics, from Southern Illinois University. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow in the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary. She is a member of the Pension Committee for the Actuarial Standards Board, developing standards for actuaries working in the pension area.

Ms. Dixon has been elected a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance. She has previously served on the Society of Actuaries (SOA) Pension Section Countil, the SOA Education and Examination Committee for pension exams and the joint SOA/Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) Minority Recruiting Committee.

Ms. Dixon speaks and presents frequently at professional organizations and has testified before legislative bodies. She recently co-authored a paper for the Society of Actuaries, “Public Pension Plan Design: A Two-Component Approach to Addressing Challenges.” Her presentations over the past few years include:

  • "Public Safety Retirement Funds Evolving Risks and Opportunities," NCPERS Public Safety Conferences, 2018
  • "ASOP 51: How Does Risk Look Now?", Conference of Consulting Actuaries, 2018
  • "ASB Standards for Pension Actuaries," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2018
  • "Managing Professional Liability and Reputational Risk," Conference of Consulting Actuaries – Professionalism Seminar, 2018
  • "Pension ASOPs," Society of Actuaries Annual Meeting, 2017
  • "Variable Benefit Designs," Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, 2017
  • "Proposed Risk ASOP," Government Finance Officers’ Association, 2016
  • "Setting Economic Assumptions for Pensions, Made in America Benefits Summit, 2015