Geneau Thames, Esq. Reappointed to Maryland State Ethics Commission
Bel Air, Md. – Harford Mutual Insurance Group Assistant Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary Geneau Thames, Esq. has been reappointed by Governor Larry Hogan to serve another term on the Maryland State Ethics Commission.
The State Senate Executive Nominating Committee renominated Thames, and she was sworn into the Commission in July. Thames will serve a five-year term.
“It is a tremendous honor and privilege to be reappointed to the State Ethics Commission and I look forward to continuing to serve the citizens of Maryland in this important endeavor,” said Thames.
Thames was first appointed to the Commission back in 2019. The Commission consists of five members, who are all private citizens. The Commission investigates alleged violations of the Maryland Public Ethics Law and meets approximately six times per year.
About Harford Mutual Insurance Group
Harford Mutual Insurance Group, founded in 1842 in Harford County, Maryland, provides commercial property and casualty insurance products and services to a regional market. The company ended 2020 with over $261 million in direct written premium sold through nearly 500 independent agents in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington DC. Harford Mutual contributed more than $1 million dollars in community support in 2020. Harford Mutual is rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best, the leading credit rating organization dedicated to serving the global insurance industry. For more information, visit www.HarfordMutual.com.