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Sherry Selby, GBDS, CISR Elite

Sherry Selby, GBDS, CISR Elite

Employee Benefits Account Manager
334-273-1009 fax

Sherry began her extensive insurance career in 2005 at Palomar Insurance as a Claims Coordinator. In 2007, after obtaining both her P&C and Life & Health producer licenses, she transitioned to an Account Manager position with CosmetAssure, a specialty insurance program available to Board Certified Plastic Surgeons to assist patients with unexpected expenses related to post-surgical medical complications.  Sherry went on to earn the Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) designation in 2008 which she later elevated to CISR Elite status by mastering additional courses.

In 2019 Sherry took a position at HDB as an Employee Benefits Account Manager, after serving in this role at another local agency.  As an Employee Benefits Account Manager Sherry enjoys helping others understand and navigate the insurance process.  Her favorite part of her job is having the opportunity to work closely with clients and their employees to provide guidance when electing coverages as well as assisting them during the claims process.  In 2020 Sherry furthered her dedication to helping her clients by earning the Group Benefits Disability Specialist (GBDS) designation.

Sherry’s served as a Montgomery Independent Insurance Agents (MIIA) Board Member since 2017, serving as Vice President in 2019 and President in 2020.

When she’s not working, Sherry likes to spend time with her friends on the river and playing outdoors with her two dogs.


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