Timothy Schott, Acting Superintendent

Acting Superintendent Timothy Schott has served as the Deputy Superintendent of the Maine Bureau of Insurance (the Bureau) since 2009.  His responsibilities with the Bureau include supervising the Bureau’s Consumer Health Care and Property and Casualty Divisions, the Market Conduct Unit, the Licensing Unit and the Research and Statistics Unit.  He participates in several NAIC working groups including the Market Actions Working Group, the Market Analysis Procedures Working Group, and the Advisory Organization Examination Oversight Working Group.  Prior to joining the Bureau of Insurance, Schott served as a criminal prosecutor in Fort Dodge, Iowa, for more than 13 years.  Schott prosecuted all levels of crime, including felony drug cases, felony assaults, murder, kidnapping and sexual abuse cases. 

Schott graduated with honors from the Drake University Law School.  He also earned a Master's Degree in Mass Communication from Drake University.  Schott graduated cum laude from the University of Southern Maine with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.

Schott has taught college courses at IowaCentralCommunity College and at Buena VistaUniversity’s Fort DodgeCenter, including Criminal Law, Mass Communication Law, Business Law and Police Administration and Procedure.  He is a licensed attorney in the states of Maine and Iowa.