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John Hebig is a consulting actuary in the Minneapolis office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 2012.
Prior to joining Milliman in June 2012, John graduated from the University of St. Thomas where he majored in Actuarial Science and minored in Mathematics.
Since joining Milliman's healthcare practice, John has specialized in long-term care insurance. He has assisted multiple clients with state department rate filings, experience analyses, and assumption development.
John is the host of the SOA’s LTC Section Podcast, has spoken at industry conferences, and has co-authored multiple articles that have appeared in the SOA’s LTC Section Newsletter.
John serves on the University of St. Thomas’ Actuarial Science department’s advisory board. He is also an active volunteer with Math Motivators.