With 20 years of experience in the insurance industry, Genny has built a strong portfolio of accounts in the technology, entertainment, and nonprofit sectors. Early in her career with MDP, she worked on our National Trust Insurance Program and authored numerous articles on insurance issues for historic structures as well as risk management for owners/operators of historic sites and preservation organizations. She has also authored and presented “Insurance 101” segments tailored to the small business and technology sectors, and has worked directly with disaster-stricken communities to educate residents about how to talk to agents and adjusters and better understand policy coverages to aid in the recovery process.
Having served as board member and executive board member of several small nonprofits in Baltimore, Genny enjoyed arranging substantial financial support for a community archeology project, working with the City of Baltimore and the local community to expand substance abuse programs, and working with the local food bank to increase donations between high-volume holidays.
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.