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2019 Power Brokers: Fine Arts, Risk & Insurance, February 2019.
“Anne works with incredible detail to ensure the coverages are the best fit for our nonprofit needs,” said David Gray, executive director, The Greenwich Collection. “She is glad to attend board meetings, explaining to the board what insurance options are best.” One client said that after a hurricane damaged their collection, “She helped us source a local warehouse, movers, and she helped us source conservators at a moment’s notice.”
“Any curator or collections manager will tell you that objects in the museum are like children — caring for them is expensive,” said Grant Quertermous, curator, Tudor Place Historic House & Garden. “When they travel, you’re concerned about their well-being from the minute they leave your museum until the minute they return. Casey shares that concern, so I always feel better knowing she’s looking out for the objects in our collection.”
Hillwood Museum wanted to include a Fabergé-exclusive exhibit in its facilities. “These were rare artifacts to be borrowed from private collectors, museums around the world and the Prince of Monaco,” explained MJ Hagan, collections manager. Blair worked directly with the institute’s lawyers for each piece’s loan contract. “She facilitated meetings with other agents who worked on similar projects in larger museums to get us the advice we needed to take on this collection,” Hagan said.
When being shipped from Finland to Sweden and then to the U.S., private art collector David Werner’s two-piece antique chair set was lost. “It was a 130-pound, 5-foot package,” Werner explained. “I called up Molly and she reassured me; ‘Don’t worry, we have them covered.’ Then she immediately put me in touch with the person who handles claims.” Within hours, Molly made him feel comfortable about the situation. Luckily, a day later, the chairs were found.
A 2018 Power Broker winner, Ever has 15 years’ experience in the insurance industry as a broker and an underwriter. She works primarily with art restorers, conservators, museums and universities assisting them with their fine art insurance. Ever has a dual degree in Art History and Studio Art from the University of Maryland, College Park.