Shelly Cordon Teuscher
Shelly Cordon Teuscher has been the director of government relations for Parsons Behle & Latimer since 1994. Her career in politics began in 1983 with a position at the main staff office of the Utah Legislature. She has worked as a lobbyist since 1989.
During her time at Parsons Behle & Latimer, Shelly has represented clients on a variety of issues. Her considerable lobbying background includes working in the government arena both defensively to protect client interests and proactively to solve problems that confront them by getting beneficial legislation passed. Her accomplishments include getting legislation passed that affects existing litigation.
Shelly has been active at every level of government in Utah, and with every sort of decision maker, including the governor’s office, state legislators, regulators in many areas, and local mayors and council members in several areas of the state. Issues on which she has been active include general business, environmental, telecommunications, oil and gas, mining, financial services, health care, health insurance, renewable energy, and esoteric issues of interest to clients in specialized areas such as data mining.
In addition to more traditional lobbying, Shelly handles the media, works cooperatively with community groups, and directs grassroots efforts.
Brigham Young University, (B.A., 1980)