Local Leaders Join PIE Board

Local Business Leaders Join PIE Board
Posted on 06/24/2020

The Partners in Education (PIE) Board is pleased to welcome two new members as it prepares for its new fiscal year on July 1. Lynn Dunaway is a sales representative with Impact Ink, and Debbie Wolfe is area manager for Elwood Staffing Services. 

Impact Ink has supplied printing, promotional and wearable items for Douglas County schools for the past 12 years. “I always strive to give the best customer service and do what is necessary to make sure my customers are happy,” says Ms. Dunaway. “I love people and look forward to helping in the community any way that is needed.” 

Speaking about her role on the PIE Board, Ms. Wolfe says she is “excited about being a part of PIE  and working alongside such dynamic and successful individuals. Having spent most of my career in human resources and staffing, I see firsthand the skill sets needed by industry in Georgia, North Alabama and East Tennessee. I look forward to sharing trends and expectations to better prepare our students and educators to make decisions that will be most beneficial to the future careers these students pursue.  I also am passionate about getting involved with the school system and look forward to introducing industries in our area to this partnership opportunity, too.”

Welcome, Ms. Dunaway and Ms. Wolfe.
Pictured above is Ms. Dunaway and below is Ms. Wolfe.

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