The Insurance Education Association (IEA) announces the recruitment of Debbie Wilson as Sales Manager

IEA welcomes Debbie Wilson as Sales Director

EL SEGUNDO, California., August 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Insurance Education Association (IEA), a leading provider of professional training programs in worker’s compensation, disability management, human resources and risk management, is announcing the announcement Debbie Wilson was appointed sales manager.

Ms. Wilson’s sales career has spanned more than a decade, beginning with her role at Competent Care Home Health, where she completed several worker’s compensation contracts and led marketing initiatives. Debbie was an Account Manager in Southern California for ISO Claims Partners (formerly Crowe paradise), where she received multiple sales awards. In her most recent role as National Account Executive for Ametros, a professional post-settlement administrator, she focused on expanding the use of professional injured worker administration for employers, carriers, TPAs, self-insured and attorneys.

“I look forward to joining the IEA as Director of Sales to expand our reach and build on the organization’s brand awareness, reputation and history. I am proud to be part of a team dedicated to meeting the needs of its clients with career-building professional development opportunities.”

In welcoming Ms Wilson to the IEA, Brian AllainChief Executive Officer, states: “As IEA expands its market presence and demonstrates its total commitment to our clients, we are pleased to welcome Debbie’s expertise and enthusiasm to our team.”


The IEA creates and provides professional development and training programs in the areas of worker compensation, disability management and risk management. With more than 150 years of experience, it offers a range of courses, webinars and on-demand training to help insurance professionals achieve their career development goals. Learn more at

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SOURCE Insurance Training Association

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