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Teresa David Named BCBSWY 2018 Sales Person of the Year

CHEYENNE, WYO – Teresa David was recently recognized as the 2018 Sales Person of the Year at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming. This is the fourth time she has received this distinction in her 17-year career with BCBSWY.

A Jackson native, Teresa returned to the area last year after living in Fremont County. She is responsible for managing the client relationships for all small businesses in Teton County and the surrounding area. In addition to her work with small businesses, she’s also available to offer personalized assistance to individuals with marketplace and off exchange policies in the Jackson Member Center.

Teresa joined BCBSWY in April of 2001 as a Marketing Sales Specialist. She was promoted to a Senior Client Development Executive in 2005.

Lee Shannon, Vice President of Marketing says, “Teresa values the trust that people place in her to help them make important health care coverage decisions for themselves, their employees, and their families. She has an excellent knowledge of all BCBSWY products and services and can explain the differences in policies and coverage in a way that is easy to understand.  We’re grateful to have her on our team.”

About Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming (BCBSWY), a not-for-profit health insurer and an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, provides access to high-quality health care coverage, services, and programs to help our members make the best health care decisions and get the best care. With 10 locations across Wyoming, we provide hometown service to residents and businesses while serving people and charitable organizations in communities around the state. Learn more about us at


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