Teena Hostovich is the Vice Chair of the Pacific of Lockton Insurance Brokers, based out of Los Angeles. She has combined her lifelong passion for the arts, history and education with her corporate governance responsibility, political activism and philanthropic work. In addition to serving on the Board of the Los Angeles Philharmonic for over a decade, she has been one of the Chairs (along with her husband and son) of Hollywood Bowl Opening Night many times (including 2023) honoring significant artists and showcasing the LA music community while raising money for Music Matters benefitting music/arts programs in public schools. In support of that goal, Teena was on the Steering Committee for Vote Arts and Music in Schools (Ca. Prop 28) which passed overwhelmingly and will provide guaranteed funding for these programs for students in all California public schools. Teena is on the Kennedy Center International Committee for the Arts and President’s Advisory Committee, along with being a member of the National Council for American Film Institute. Believing in the transformative power of education, Teena is active with her alma mater, University of Southern California, as a member of Marshall School Board of Leaders, a mentor/instructor in the CAP/USC program and adviser to the newly established Risk Management degree program. She’s also on the Board of University of Redlands, is a past board member of Flintridge Prep in La Canada, and an advisor to Oxford University Women’s Studies program. Teena and her husband, Doug Martinet, live in La Canada Flintridge, California with their son, Michael Martinet, who attends USC.