Kevin Woodrich joined Cheiron in June 2003 after working for three years at Milliman. He began working in the actuarial field upon graduating from Bowling Green State University in 2000. He graduated magna cum laude with a Master of Science in Applied Statistics.
He has over 16 years of experience primarily in the employee benefits arena including actuarial valuations, benefit calculations and benefit statements, government filings, experience studies and programming actuarial models, most recently including both P-scan and H-scan. Kevin has also done work with retiree medical valuations.
The consulting and actuarial profession has given Kevin the opportunity to creatively develop solutions for common situations. He enjoys meeting with clients to discuss these solutions and listen to any feedback or suggestions they may have to offer. Kevin takes pride in his ability to maintain a business relationship with his clients yet establish a personal rapport as well.
Some of his recent projects include assisting in the development of a projection model for several multiemployer plans to aid in the current funding crisis; developing a spreadsheet program to compute liabilities which will provide a check to Cheiron's valuation system; assisting in performing an actuarial audit for one of the very largest state retirement plans in the country; programming an interactive model which evaluates welfare plan design; assisting in performing retiree medical valuations; and involvement in the development of Cheiron's new employee hiring policy and directly communicating with potential candidates.