Claire Marmion | CEO & Founder
Claire is an art historian, a qualified claims adjuster, a risk manager and advisor to Forbes 400 fine art collectors across the United States. Prior to founding The Haven Art Group in 2008, Claire ran the art services division for American International Group where she and her team advised on the management and protection of private collections from $10m to $1.2bn. During her five years as Director she developed a number of international loss prevention programs including the stabilization and protection from hurricane, earthquake, wildfire and house fire. Claire was the first employee to write and implement fine art evacuation programs during Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and again before the California wildfires of 2007.
Claire started her career at Sotheby’s in London and received training in works on paper, sculpture, prints, furniture, wine and silver before being designated as a paintings specialist. Following her time at Sotheby’s, Claire spent seven years working for Chubb Insurance running a team of 30 appraisers in the US and Europe. A graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art, Claire is a member of ArtTable and also serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations including the European Education Conference provider IFASIC and the American Federation of Arts (AFA).
Caroline Mujica-Parodi | Director of Fine Art Services
Caroline advises clients on the complete care and maintenance of their collections including database infrastructure, conservation, framing, insurance, loan administration, installation and security. Previously, Caroline was a registrar at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago where she managed the MCA's loan program, oversaw exhibition installations and administered an inventory of over 2,500 works of art.
Caroline has worked for Patti Gilford Fine Art in an art advisory capacity, sourcing acquisitions for private and corporate collections. She also spent two years at the School of The Art Institute's Fashion Resource Center, where she helped manage a unique, hands-on collection of avant-garde garments, rare books and fashion publications.
Caroline earned her master's degree in Arts Administration and Policy from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, where she focused on cultural heritage policy and art investment models.
Hildi Greenberg | Fine Art Claims Specialist
Before becoming a licensed claims adjuster with the Haven Art Group, Hildi worked in the development department of the Allentown Art Museum for two years. Whilst there, she managed museum membership as well as fundraising events, interfacing with donors and patrons and liaising with all other departments.
Prior to that, she completed a master's degree in Fine and Decorative Art at Sotheby's Institute of Art in London, where she focused her studies on eighteenth-century British painting and landscape architecture and benefited from their hands-on, object based curriculum and experience in identifying and cataloguing a diverse range of artifacts and materials. During her time in London, Hildi interned at both the Dulwich Picture Gallery and the Royal Academy of Arts in their education and programming departments. She received her undergraduate degree in English Literature and History of Art from Bryn Mawr College.
Renee Mikon | Fine Art Claims Specialist
Renee brings a well-rounded knowledge of the art market and a background in project management to her position as a claims adjuster for Havens. Most recently, she worked as an art advisor for Patti Gilford Fine Arts where she managed all aspects of art procurement for private and corporate collections. Working creatively alongside interior architects, she helped build collections based on clients’ distinct spaces and personal interests. She has extensive experience safely handling, conserving, and caring for fine art of all media.
Previously, Renee held positions at the Detroit Historical Society and the Simone DeSousa Gallery, where she handled non-profit, private collector, and corporate projects. She holds a master’s degree in Arts Administration and Policy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she focused her studies on arts and culture as a tool for urban revitalization in post-industrial cities.
Caitlin O'Meara | Fine Art Consultant
Caitlin supplements our in house team with a unique background in business administration, project management and database systems. Most recently, she managed the extensive exhibition schedule of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, including design and installation. She was also responsible for overseeing specialized inventories, insurance reporting, and logistics. Prior to this, Caitlin worked for over six years in account management at Steward Observatory at the University of Arizona supporting major projects in the field of astronomy. She has also held positions at Carl Hammer Gallery, the Center for Book and Paper Arts, University of Arizona Museum of Art and Tucson Pima Arts Council.
Caitlin has developed a comprehensive understanding of the proper care, handling and administration of artworks in a variety of settings, including galleries, art fairs and private collections. She earned her master's degree in Arts Management from Columbia College Chicago in 2013, where she focused on critical management issues that face both non-profit and commercial visual arts entities.