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Anthony Lowe -- Department of Homeland Security
Insurance Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency

Anthony S. Lowe was appointed director of the mitigation division of the Emergency Preparedness & Response Directorate/FEMA, in the newly created Department of Homeland Security, in March 2003. He continues to serve as the Federal Insurance Administrator, a role to which he was nominated by President Bush in March 2002. Mr. Lowe is responsible for providing leadership for some of the nation's leading multi-hazard risk reduction programs, which seek to secure the homeland from hazards both natural or manmade. His areas of oversight include the National Flood Insurance Program, the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program, the National Dam Safety Program and the National Hurricane Program. In his position, Mr. Lowe works closely with public and private risk managers, as well as leaders in government, industry, research and academia. A native of King County, Wash., Mr. Lowe holds a bachelor of science degree in international political science from University of Washington, a law degree from the University of Santa Clara and a master of divinity degree from Virginia Union University.

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