Garrett IngogliaVice President
Garrett Ingoglia has a unique combination of skills and experience across all phases of emergency management and humanitarian assistance, including executive leadership roles in private and non-profit organizations in both domestic and international settings. Garrett has a strong track record of launching and rapidly scaling up new programs and operations and helping clients solve complex policy and operational issues in the disaster resilience, response, and recovery space.
One of the highlights of Garrett’s career was his leadership in the West African Ebola epidemic while Vice President of Emergency Programs at international NGO Americares. Garrett led a team that staffed and supplied Ebola treatment units in Liberia and delivered personal protective equipment, medicine, and supplies to health facilities across Liberia and Sierra Leone. While with Americares Garrett guided the provision of more than $100 million in medicine, supplies, and other assistance in response to disasters in more than 20 countries, and successfully launched long-term health programming in Haiti, the Philippines, Liberia, and Nepal.
On the domestic front, Garrett led the development of the San Francisco Bay Area UASI’s first regional emergency response plan, facilitating stakeholder engagement and developing a blueprint for coordinated multi-jurisdictional response to a disaster event that struck the region. He also provided strategic and operational assistance to FEMA in implementing housing recovery operations in Florida during the historic 2004 hurricane season, led Hagerty’s support to FEMA’s innovative Joint Housing Solutions Group, and provided technical assistance to FEMA during multiple infrastructure recovery operations, including 9/11 and Katrina. Garrett is often called upon by media outlets to provide his perspective on disaster events, and has appeared in USA Today, CNN Headline News (HLN), ABC 7 New York, Sky News, WNYC’s The Takeaway, Marketplace, and WCBS 880.
Garrett is based in New York City, where he supports the City of New York and other clients, and is charged with fostering partnerships and developing business across Hagerty’s business lines. Garrett originally joined Hagerty has a Vice President in 2008, before leaving in 2012 to lead humanitarian assistance programs for international NGO Americares. Prior to Americares, Garrett managed emergency management and homeland security programs for URS, IBM, and PwC. Garrett has a Master of Public Administration degree from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University, and earned his Bachelor of Arts from Williams College.Back To Our People