The Local Government Insurance Trust (LGIT), has two new county members on its Board of Directors: Cecil County Executive, Alan McCarthy, and Charles County Chief of Treasury, Eric Jackson.
New LGIT Board Members:
Dr. Alan McCarthy
County Executive, Cecil County
County Executive McCarthy has served on the MACo Legislative Committee and has been a vocal and productive participant in MACo events during his six years in the county elected office (four years as a County Council Member, two as Executive).
Chief of Treasury, Charles County
Mr. Jackson serves as Charles County’s Director of Treasury and helps coordinate one of LGIT’s largest members’ overall financial management. He also serves as the Chair of the Md Government Finance Officers’ Association affinity group of tax collectors and has served in recent years on LGIT’s Finance and Audit Committee.
For 30 years, Maryland’s local governments have covered their primary and excess liability, auto, environmental, property and equipment breakdown insurance needs through LGIT, a Platinum Corporate Partner.
Owned and managed by its members, LGIT was founded in 1987 by an act of the Maryland General Assembly through the joint efforts of the Maryland Municipal League (MML) and the Maryland Association of Counties (MACo).
LGIT’s purpose is to meet Maryland’s local government risk management needs – not to make a profit by selling insurance.