Michael R. Hubbel is Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management in the Fox School of Business at Temple University. He is also Professor Emeritus at Olivet College, and conducts seminars for professional clients of The Center for Executive Development of the School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science at St. John’s University.
Hubbel earned the BA in Risk and Insurance at Michigan State University, and the MBA in Risk Management at The College of Insurance, now the School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science at St. John’s University in New York. He has earned the CPCU, ARM, AU, AIM, ARP, ASLI, and ARe designations from the Institutes.
Hubbel has worked with several insurance companies in the areas of research and product development, education, planning, and government relations, his last appointment as the vice president of an insurance company. Hubbel has taught insurance and risk management at Michigan State University, The College of Insurance, Olivet College, as well as Temple University. He has served as the Associate Director of the Center for Professional Education at The College of Insurance, designing programs for a wide variety of firms and professionals around the world. Hubbel has served on committees for the Michigan Insurance Department, the Michigan Supreme Court, and the insurance community. He has testified for House Insurance Committee of the Michigan Legislature, and lectured on the subject of the U.S. insurance industry for groups of insurance executives and regulators from all over the world. He has published articles in Best’s Review, On the Risk, The Sextant, Journal of International Insurance, and the CPCU Insights Journal, and designed online insurance courses for IBM, Olivet College, Rhodes Online Institute, RMS, Seton Hall University, and a major consulting firm.
Hubbel is a member of the Risk and Insurance Management Society and International Insurance Society, and was inducted into the Michigan Insurance Hall of Fame in 2016.