Kelly Bronowicz is the Acting Deputy Assistant Administrator for Federal Insurance. Ms. Bronowicz helps run the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The NFIP currently has over 5 million policyholders across the Nation and collects over $4B in revenue annually. Prior to her acting role, Ms. Bronowicz served as the Division Director for the Policyholder Services Division in the Federal Insurance Directorate. In her role as Division Director, she led a cross functional team that provides analytics capability and policy development for the NFIP; and delivers nationwide marketing campaigns for the nation’s largest flood insurer.
Ms. Bronowicz joined FEMA in 2004 and has been a part of the Federal Insurance and Management Administration for more than 14 years. She has served in several different capacities across the Federal Insurance and Risk Management Directorates. Some of those roles included, serving as Chief for Industry Management Branch leading the oversight of the Write Your Own insurance companies; and Chief for the Data and Communications Branch supporting the directorate in the oversight of both IT and communications and outreach. Throughout her tenure in FEMA, Ms. Bronowicz has also been afforded the opportunity to be detailed to support the FEMAStat initiative within the Office of Program and Policy Analysis; served as the Acting Director of FIMA’s Regional and Disaster Support Office; and serve as the Acting Deputy Division Director for Risk Analysis. Ms. Bronowicz holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.