Tinna Damaso Quigley

Tinna Damaso Quigley

Practice Group: Insurance Regulation
Government Relations

Education:
J.D., University of Baltimore School of Law
B.S., from Towson University, Political Science

Bar Admissions:
Maryland

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Tinna Damaso Quigley is a Partner at Funk & Bolton, P.A, resident in the firm’s Baltimore office and a member of the firm’s Insurance Regulation and Government Relations Practice Group.

Ms. Quigley was most recently a senior policy analyst with the Federal Insurance Office in the U.S. Department of the Treasury.  In that role, Ms. Quigley’s work centered on the availability and affordability of insurance.  Ms. Quigley also served as principal point of contact to the insurance industry, other federal agencies, Congress, state/local/tribal officials, and advocacy groups on a number of property and casualty topics.  She also drafted federal legislation, Federal Register Notices, and policy memoranda on domestic and international insurance regulatory developments and authored sections of various reports to Congress.

Prior to her federal government service, Ms. Quigley served as the Director of Government Relations and Policy Development at the Maryland Insurance Administration from 2008 until 2015.  In that capacity, Ms. Quigley played a key role in preparing the annual legislative package from the Administration and represented the Administration on matters before the Maryland General Assembly.  Ms. Quigley also authored legislative reports and served as the Insurance Commissioner’s liaison to the Governor’s Legislative office, members of the Maryland General Assembly, the Maryland Congressional delegation, and local governments.  From 2001 to 2008, Ms. Quigley served as committee counsel to the Economic Matters Committee of the Maryland House of Delegates.

Ms. Quigley has worked on such key issues as implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Maryland, implementation of the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act in Maryland,  drafting requirements for the licensing of insurance producers, and reforms regarding the availability of property insurance in the coastal areas of the state.  In addition, she served as a member of the State Interagency Coordinating Council for Infants and Toddlers and staffed various legislative commissions and work groups including the Commission to Study the Title Insurance Industry in Maryland, the Work Group on Access to Habilitative Services Benefits, the Work Group on Genetic Testing, and the Work Group on Lead Liability Protection for Rental Property.

Ms. Quigley received in Political Science from Towson University her B.S. and her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law and is licensed to practice law in Maryland.