Looking For Recovery Assistance? Contact Us:
Contact us for information on how Hagerty can support your community to recover from Harvey, Irma, Maria, or another disaster event:
- Matt Hochstein, Director of Client Delivery, firstname.lastname@example.org,
(919) 621 – 5634
- Katie Freeman, Director of Operations, email@example.com, (510) 851 – 2664
Want to Be Part of Recovery Efforts? Hagerty is Hiring:
Due to what may arguably be the nation’s worst natural disasters, Hagerty is currently recruiting the following types of professionals:
- Management Consultants
- Accountants, CPAs, Data Analysts, and Grant Managers
- Community Planners and City Management Experts
- Housing Specialists
- Insurance Specialists
- Infrastructure Specialists (Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, Cost Estimating)
- HUD CDBG Specialists
- FEMA Public Assistance and Hazard Mitigation Specialists
- Project Management Professionals
Disaster Discourse: The Hagerty Blog.
Our Disaster Discourse blog features up-to-date information about the storms and the response and recovery process. Tune in for the latest.
Hagerty offers several resources on recovery, response, and preparedness on our publications page:
- Five Tips for Hurricane Irma Recovery
- Five Tips for Hurricane Harvey Recovery
- Essential Recovery Tips
The expertise of our professionals has been sought frequently as the events of this hurricane season have developed.
August 28, 2017
CNBC interviews Hagerty’s Mark Misczak on Texas Recovery following hurricane Harvey.
The Charlotte Observer profiles FEMA Administrator Brock Long.
Capital Tonight interviews Hagerty’s Matthew Hochstein, discussing the Harvey response and the challenge FEMA Administrator Brock Long faces.
September 1, 2017
MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle interviews Mark Misczak on rebuilding Houston.
September 4, 2017
MSNBC speaks with Hagerty’s Mark Misczak on Harvey’s impact.
September 6, 2017
The Columbus Dispatch quotes Matt Hochstein on FEMA’s ability to manage multiple disasters.
“…the agency is set up to support local and state efforts, not replace them”
September 7, 2017
CNBC’s “Power Lunch” with Mark Misczak on FEMA’s response to historic storms.