Dalton, Ga.— Shaw Industries’ Doug Enck, executive vice president, commercial division, is set to retire later this year, after four decades in the industry. Kelley Fain will assume the role of executive vice president of Shaw’s commercial division, effective June 1. Enck will stay highly engaged with Shaw’s business and support Fain’s transition through Sept. 1, 2021, the company said.
“Doug has been a tremendous leader at Shaw, consistently prioritizing customer experience, championing innovation, developing outstanding teams and advocating for diversity, equity and inclusion within our organization,” said Tim Baucom, Shaw’s president & CEO. “He has made a significant and lasting impact both within our commercial business and at the enterprise level. Doug has many professional accomplishments to be proud of, and he will leave behind an impressive legacy with the commercial division well positioned to take share as the market recovers.”
Baucom added that Fain comes into his new position with a proven track record of selling Shaw’s vision, forming and leveraging key strategic partnerships and creating a positive culture for associates. “After starting his career with Shaw 26 years ago as a management trainee, he has evolved into a dynamic leader who is dedicated to customer centricity and empowering associates to reach their full potential,” he said. “Kelley is well equipped to lead Shaw’s commercial division through the market’s recovery.”
Shaw also recently announced that Vance Bell retired from his position as CEO. Bell, alongside Baucom, sat down with Steven Feldman, publisher of FCNews, to discuss Baucom’s transition into the CEO role.