Maryland Insurance Commissioner Therese M. Goldsmith announced the appointment of Nancy Grodin as deputy insurance commissioner.
As deputy commissioner, Grodin will oversee day-to-day operations of the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA), an independent state regulatory agency that regulates Maryland’s $26 billion insurance industry. Appointed associate deputy commissioner in October 2012, she served as the MIA’s designated hearing officer for quasi-judicial hearings.
Prior to being named to that position, Grodin led the MIA’s regulatory oversight of domestic and foreign insurance companies, insurance producers, title agents, public adjusters and bail bonds as associate commissioner of compliance and enforcement.
Before joining the MIA, Grodin served in various positions with UnitedHealthcare of the Mid-Atlantic Inc., Mid-Atlantic Medical Services Inc., Chesapeake Health Plan, and PHH Group. She also served as judicial law clerk on the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland and practiced both insurance and intellectual property law at the Baltimore-based firm formerly known as Weinberg & Green.
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