Ames & Gough, an insurance broker and risk management consultant specializing in serving design professionals, law firms and other professional organizations and consulting firms, has promoted four officers.
Ames & Gough partners Joan Delorey, Frances Railey and Matthew Gough have been promoted to senior vice president. The firm also promoted Tom Marchetti, a client executive, to assistant vice president.
Based in the Boston office, DeLorey joined the firm in 1994. She is responsible for many of the firm’s mid-size and larger architecture and engineering clients. A specialist in professional liability insurance for design firms for more than 23 years, she has expertise in coverage issues, renewal negotiations and risk management services.
Railey, who joined the firm in 1993, is located in the Washington, D.C., office. She oversees the firm’s service to numerous mid-size to large design-firm clients and has extensive expertise in underwriting and service issues. In addition to her promotion to senior vice president, Railey was named corporate secretary, reflecting her role as the firm’s human resources director and coordinator of various administrative functions.
Based in the Washington, D.C., office, Gough joined the firm in 2001. He works with several mid-size to large design-firm clients and manages the firm’s contractors’ professional liability program. He also leads the firm’s business development activities. He is a frequent participant in various American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) chapters.
Tom Marchetti, who joined Ames & Gough in 2010, is also located in the Washington, D.C., office. He is responsible for providing service to existing clients and developing new relationships in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, as well as other geographical regions within the United States. He also is involved in the firm’s growing property/casualty operation and the firm’s growing presence with not-for-profits and associations.
Established in 1991, Ames & Gough is headquartered in Washington, D.C., with additional offices in Boston and Philadelphia.
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