Does your organization have insurance? If so, does it cover all of the necessary exposures? If not, what are the barriers you face to attaining insurance? How do you know what kinds of insurance and coverages are appropriate for your situation? This webinar will cover how and why insurance will help you to manage risks to your institution and the types of insurance and risk strategies appropriate for museums and other cultural institutions with collections. We will look at all the points you should consider when contemplating insurance including coverage for your buildings, collections, your volunteers, your visitors, and third parties (vendors, contractors, event renters, etc.). And, you will learn how to talk to your insurance broker so that you get appropriate insurance for your institution.
Kevin Sullivan, oversees client servicing for National Trust Insurance, a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He assists the owners and stewards of historic structures (house museums, historic theatres, historical societies, preservation organization, etc) with their insurance procurement and helps advise clients as to the proper policies to carry. National Trust Insurance has over 800 clients in almost every State. Kevin attended Denison University (BA) and the University of Baltimore (MBA). He is a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) and sits on the Board of the League of Historic American Theatres.
Recorded: Thursday, December 5, 2019
Duration: 1 Hour 20 Minutes
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