Beaulieu promotes Chambers to vice president

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Dalton—Beaulieu America has announced the promotion of Lynn Chambers to vice president of employee development for the third-largest carpet maker. Chambers joined Beaulieu America in December 2005 as the employee development manager. Her focus over the first year was on building a successful corporate training initiative. Since then, she has played an instrumental role in corporate training initiatives for the company.

Her background includes federal grant writing and implementation of Dept. of Education and Dept. of Labor workforce initiatives and online instructor for the James Madison University Workforce Development campus.

“Lynn has been invaluable in our drive to create a forward looking, team oriented, employee focused culture,” said Del Land, CFO of Beaulieu America. “She has been exemplary in modeling the characteristics of ‘servant leadership’ that is the foundation for employee development at Beaulieu.”

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