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Public Affairs

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Marguerite Seidel
Vice President of Public Affairs

Marguerite ("Maggie") Seidel serves as the Vice President for Public Affairs for AIA, where she leads AIA’s media relations and grassroots advocacy operations.

Ms. Seidel has nearly a decade of policy and communications experience in both the private and public sectors. Prior to joining AIA, she was a senior public relations & media strategist for the Charles Koch Institute. Ms. Seidel previously served as assistant vice president of media relations and communications for the Consumer Bankers Association and communications director for Representative Scott Garrett (R-NJ).

She holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from George Mason University, a Master’s Degree in Elections & Campaign Management from Fordham University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Villanova University.

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More from Maggie Seidel

AIA's Maggie Seidel praises medical fee schedules in BestWire

November 2, 2017 - The American Insurance Association supports the council’s effort toward workers’ comp reform, said Maggie Seidel, AIA vice president, public affairs. She said the plan’s medical fee schedule would help keep costs in check and puts Wisconsin in line with fee schedules in 44 other states....

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AIA’s Marguerite Seidel explains insurers’ role in wildlife-related property damage

September 13 - An apparently wayward deer ran roughshod through a townhouse on Lakeside Drive in Lower Swatara Township, causing an undisclosed amount of damage, township police say. AIA’s Marguerite Seidel, vice president of public affairs, said “the typical homeowners insurance policy would cover property damage (from wildlife) unless it is specifically excluded under the policy.”...

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AIA’s Marguerite Seidel discusses recent hurricanes’ impact on workers’ compensation

September 13, 2017 - AIA’s Maggie Seidel, vice president of public affairs, notes, "We haven't seen any evidence that suggests prior natural catastrophes - such as Florida's four major hurricanes in 2004 or Hurricane Katrina in 2005 - gave rise to a meaningful increase in either work-related injuries or workers' compensation premiums." AIA also does not expect large spikes in premiums due to the hurricanes....

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