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Julie Marissael ‘09

Julie Marissael ’09 graduated from The Waldorf School of Garden City in 2009, having joined her class in eighth grade. After graduating, she attended NYU, where she earned a Bachelors degree in Nutrition and Food Studies.

After some time working in the food industry (and spending a year working at Glen Brook), she decided to go back to school, earning a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from SUNY Old Westbury and a MS in Actuarial Science from St. John’s University. While earning her Mathematics degree, she also spent some time back at WSGC, working as a tutor in the High School After School Program.

Julie currently works as an Actuarial Assistant at New York Life, which is in Finance. Her cur­rent rotation is on the Universal Life team, where she uses modeling (similar to coding) to an­alyze products, which is often like solving puzzles. As part of the Actuarial Program at New York Life, she will rotate to a new role every couple of years as she works on finishing up the exams required for her to be an actuary.

Julie Marissael ‘09

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Julie Marissael ‘09

Business & FinanceSymposium Panelist 2020

Julie Marissael ’09 graduated from The Waldorf School of Garden City in 2009, having joined her class in eighth grade. After graduating, she attended NYU, where she earned a Bachelors degree in Nutrition and Food Studies.

After some time working in the food industry (and spending a year working at Glen Brook), she decided to go back to school, earning a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from SUNY Old Westbury and a MS in Actuarial Science from St. John’s University. While earning her Mathematics degree, she also spent some time back at WSGC, working as a tutor in the High School After School Program.

Julie currently works as an Actuarial Assistant at New York Life, which is in Finance. Her cur­rent rotation is on the Universal Life team, where she uses modeling (similar to coding) to an­alyze products, which is often like solving puzzles. As part of the Actuarial Program at New York Life, she will rotate to a new role every couple of years as she works on finishing up the exams required for her to be an actuary.