Christine Hofbeck
Predictive Analytics

Christine is well known as an actuarial pioneer in predictive analytics. She spent the early part of her career as a pension and employee benefits actuary, and then moved into the property-casualty space to build and run predictive analytics capabilities for a global consumer and commercial insurer.

Currently, she brings her love of and experience in building data-driven capabilities to the health, life, and retirement fields. She focuses on integrating these capabilities into relevant business applications — tackling not only the strategic, but also the cultural and political implications of change within organizations.

Christine’s work has been featured in numerous publications, including the 2017 National Geographic documentary television series “Breakthrough.” She has served as keynote speaker in countless actuarial, corporate and university events, with topics generally covering data-driven decisioning and behavioral economics.

Christine holds degrees from MIT and the University of Pennsylvania. She is a fully credentialed actuary and serves on the Executive Board of Directors of the Society of Actuaries.