Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Senior Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Ms. Goodstein is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 20 years of experience. Ms. Goodstein consults on funding issues, MPRA and PPA for multiemployer and single employer defined benefit pension plans. She has assisted clients in developing rehabilitation and funding improvement plans under PPA using multiple-year deterministic projections. Ms. Goodstein helps clients assess their funding situation and develop strategies for improving funding levels. She has designed and implemented various funding projections, cash flow studies, merger studies and plan design studies.

Ms. Goodstein consults to 12 client groups and is the enrolled actuary to nine client funds, some of which are part of the client groups to which she consults. In her role as Segal’s Industry Group Leader for the United Association and the Industry Group Leader Liaison to Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership group, she keeps current on relevant legislation, trends and developments to ensure that Segal’s clients are prepared and informed.

Prior to joining Segal, Ms. Goodstein worked at Bolton Partners, where she handled PBGC plan terminations. She has also worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where her responsibilities included handling qualified and non-qualified defined benefit plan valuations, mergers and acquisitions, as well as entry level recruiting and coordinating an actuarial intern program.

Ms. Goodstein received her BA in Mathematics from Brandeis University in 1995. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

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Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Senior Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Ms. Goodstein is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 20 years of experience. Ms. Goodstein consults on funding issues, MPRA and PPA for multiemployer and single employer defined benefit pension plans. She has assisted clients in developing rehabilitation and funding improvement plans under PPA using multiple-year deterministic projections. Ms. Goodstein helps clients assess their funding situation and develop strategies for improving funding levels. She has designed and implemented various funding projections, cash flow studies, merger studies and plan design studies.

Ms. Goodstein consults to 12 client groups and is the enrolled actuary to nine client funds, some of which are part of the client groups to which she consults. In her role as Segal’s Industry Group Leader for the United Association and the Industry Group Leader Liaison to Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership group, she keeps current on relevant legislation, trends and developments to ensure that Segal’s clients are prepared and informed.

Prior to joining Segal, Ms. Goodstein worked at Bolton Partners, where she handled PBGC plan terminations. She has also worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where her responsibilities included handling qualified and non-qualified defined benefit plan valuations, mergers and acquisitions, as well as entry level recruiting and coordinating an actuarial intern program.

Ms. Goodstein received her BA in Mathematics from Brandeis University in 1995. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Read insights from Judith

  • September 7, 2022

    Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Building Trades

    We share 5 recruiting strategies you can use to attract and retain more women in the construction industry.

    Topics covered: Compensation & Careers, Built Environment, Multiemployer Plans, Retirement, Health, Compliance, Communications

    Read full insight

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Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Senior Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Contact Judith

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

Ms. Goodstein is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 20 years of experience. Ms. Goodstein consults on funding issues, MPRA and PPA for multiemployer and single employer defined benefit pension plans. She has assisted clients in developing rehabilitation and funding improvement plans under PPA using multiple-year deterministic projections. Ms. Goodstein helps clients assess their funding situation and develop strategies for improving funding levels. She has designed and implemented various funding projections, cash flow studies, merger studies and plan design studies.

Ms. Goodstein consults to 12 client groups and is the enrolled actuary to nine client funds, some of which are part of the client groups to which she consults. In her role as Segal’s Industry Group Leader for the United Association and the Industry Group Leader Liaison to Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership group, she keeps current on relevant legislation, trends and developments to ensure that Segal’s clients are prepared and informed.

Prior to joining Segal, Ms. Goodstein worked at Bolton Partners, where she handled PBGC plan terminations. She has also worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where her responsibilities included handling qualified and non-qualified defined benefit plan valuations, mergers and acquisitions, as well as entry level recruiting and coordinating an actuarial intern program.

Ms. Goodstein received her BA in Mathematics from Brandeis University in 1995. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Read insights from Judith

  • September 7, 2022

    Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Building Trades

    We share 5 recruiting strategies you can use to attract and retain more women in the construction industry.

    Topics covered: Compensation & Careers, Built Environment, Multiemployer Plans, Retirement, Health, Compliance, Communications

    Read full insight

Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Senior Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Contact Judith

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

Ms. Goodstein is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 20 years of experience. Ms. Goodstein consults on funding issues, MPRA and PPA for multiemployer and single employer defined benefit pension plans. She has assisted clients in developing rehabilitation and funding improvement plans under PPA using multiple-year deterministic projections. Ms. Goodstein helps clients assess their funding situation and develop strategies for improving funding levels. She has designed and implemented various funding projections, cash flow studies, merger studies and plan design studies.

Ms. Goodstein consults to 12 client groups and is the enrolled actuary to nine client funds, some of which are part of the client groups to which she consults. In her role as Segal’s Industry Group Leader for the United Association and the Industry Group Leader Liaison to Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership group, she keeps current on relevant legislation, trends and developments to ensure that Segal’s clients are prepared and informed.

Prior to joining Segal, Ms. Goodstein worked at Bolton Partners, where she handled PBGC plan terminations. She has also worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where her responsibilities included handling qualified and non-qualified defined benefit plan valuations, mergers and acquisitions, as well as entry level recruiting and coordinating an actuarial intern program.

Ms. Goodstein received her BA in Mathematics from Brandeis University in 1995. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Read insights from Judith

  • September 7, 2022

    Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Building Trades

    We share 5 recruiting strategies you can use to attract and retain more women in the construction industry.

    Topics covered: Compensation & Careers, Built Environment, Multiemployer Plans, Retirement, Health, Compliance, Communications

    Read full insight

Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Judith Goodstein, FSA, MAAA, EA

Senior Vice President and Actuary, Washington, DC

Contact Judith

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

Ms. Goodstein is a Senior Vice President and Actuary in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 20 years of experience. Ms. Goodstein consults on funding issues, MPRA and PPA for multiemployer and single employer defined benefit pension plans. She has assisted clients in developing rehabilitation and funding improvement plans under PPA using multiple-year deterministic projections. Ms. Goodstein helps clients assess their funding situation and develop strategies for improving funding levels. She has designed and implemented various funding projections, cash flow studies, merger studies and plan design studies.

Ms. Goodstein consults to 12 client groups and is the enrolled actuary to nine client funds, some of which are part of the client groups to which she consults. In her role as Segal’s Industry Group Leader for the United Association and the Industry Group Leader Liaison to Segal’s Multiemployer Leadership group, she keeps current on relevant legislation, trends and developments to ensure that Segal’s clients are prepared and informed.

Prior to joining Segal, Ms. Goodstein worked at Bolton Partners, where she handled PBGC plan terminations. She has also worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where her responsibilities included handling qualified and non-qualified defined benefit plan valuations, mergers and acquisitions, as well as entry level recruiting and coordinating an actuarial intern program.

Ms. Goodstein received her BA in Mathematics from Brandeis University in 1995. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary.

Read insights from Judith

  • September 7, 2022

    Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Building Trades

    We share 5 recruiting strategies you can use to attract and retain more women in the construction industry.

    Topics covered: Compensation & Careers, Built Environment, Multiemployer Plans, Retirement, Health, Compliance, Communications

    Read full insight