Philip Maltaghati Licensed Public Insurance Adjuster at United Public Adjusters & Appraisers, Inc.
Mr. Philip Maltaghati started his career in the appraisal industry. After Hurricane Katrina, Philip decided to obtain his Public Adjuster license and apply his expertise to advocate for others impacted by similar catastrophic situations. Being a true New Yorker, he has a deep appreciation of the city and its architectural diversity. In the early 2000s, Philip acquired endless hours of experience while working as a Real Estate Appraiser Assistant. Within this role, he flourished and advanced rapidly becoming an NYS Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser. He started appraising buildings with up to 4-family units worth over a million dollars. With this additional background in real-estate and construction, Philip currently thrives as a Public Adjuster, effectively and intelligently bringing forth exceptional knowledge to all of his claims.
Handling over a thousand insurance claims throughout his years at United Public Adjusters & Appraisers, Inc., he has an unmatched dedication and understanding focusing on commercial claims, high-net-worth clients, and waterfront properties. With a particular recognition for his successful handling of claims, clients also enjoy his personable and humorous style while appreciating his honesty. His vast knowledge of the insurance process allows him to settle claims efficiently and quickly. Clients surely benefit from this expertise while feeling confident in Philip’s ability to re-establish their lives. Philip currently resides in Manhattan and during his free time enjoys fishing, traveling and supporting not-for-profit organizations. John C. Liu NY State Senate at The New York State Senate John C. Liu NY State Senate at The New York State Senate
John C. Liu is a New York State Senator representing a broad area of northeast Queens. He is chairperson of the Senate’s committee on New York City Education and also serves on the committees of Finance, Education, Transportation, Alcoholism and Substance Abuse and Rules. John was Comptroller of the City of New York (2010-2013) and a New York City Councilmember (2002-2009). In 2013, John was a candidate for Mayor of New York City, in lieu of running for re-election as Comptroller.
Currently, John teaches municipal finance and public policy in Masters programs at the City University of New York (CUNY) and Columbia University. The 43rd Comptroller of New York City, John Liu established an impressive record as the chief financial officer for 8.4 million residents and overseeing municipal government with an annual budget of $70 billion. John saved taxpayers $5 billion through rigorous audits of City agencies, detailed scrutiny of contracts with private companies, and refinancing of $20 billion of outstanding City bond debt. During his four-year term of office, he achieved an enviable total investment return, increasing the City’s pension asset portfolio to $150 billion. Hailed as a “Trailblazer” and “Pioneer," John Liu’s historic elections – as the first Asian American to win legislative office in New York and then the first to win citywide office – were milestones for Asian Americans in New York and across the nation. Although he wishes Asian Americans had been elected long before, John is honored to be the first and embraces the opportunity to broaden representation and public service. Prior to being elected to office, John worked in the private sector for 14 years as a professional actuary, most recently as a manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers. John has drawn upon his real world fiscal expertise to root out waste and mismanagement in government. John Liu immigrated from Taiwan at the age of five. He was educated in New York public schools, including Hunter College High School, Bronx High School of Science, and Binghamton University, attaining his degree in Mathematical Physics. John lives in Flushing with his wife Jenny and their son Joey Victoria Pawar Manager of Strategic Partnerships at St. Mary's Healthcare System for Children
Victoria Pawar is the Manager of Strategic Partnerships at St. Mary's Healthcare System for Children in Bayside, Queens.
She has worked with St. Mary's Development and Communications Department for over 4 years and manages all the community fundraisers, community giving, local sponsorships and community partnerships.