Bob Middleton has been the Director of the Arts Insurance Program since 2006. Bob has over 30 years of experience working as a licensed agent and risk manager. He received a BA from the College of William and Mary in 1985 and attended the USF&G School of Insurance in 1986. A frequent guest speaker on insurance issues for the Arts Community, Bob is also Chairman of the Board for the Maryland Film Industry Coalition and sits on the board for the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. Bob was recently listed by Insurance Business America as one of the top 100 brokers nationally for 2016.
He and his wife are Patrons for the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company and live in Baltimore with their three children and two dogs. Visit AIP at http://artsinsuranceprogram.com.
Galveston Historical Foundation once struggled to find insurance representatives who not only appreciated historic buildings and vessels, but also understood the complexities of owning and managing these valuable treasures. Following Hurricane Ike in 2008, MDP and the National Trust Insurance Services proved their value and commitment. We now enjoy almost ten years of service and have the confidence of a comprehensive insurance package that we review annually. This confidence allows us to do what we do — interpreting and stewarding these nationally recognized historic properties—and MDP and NTIS to do what they do—service a customer with loyalty and an eye for cost efficient insurance coverage.