Washington, D.C. – Congressman David Rouzer (NC-7) announces new staff hires for his district office.
Dwight Williams will serve as the Congressman’s District Director. Mr. Williams spent the past 27 years working with the North Carolina Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company and the American Farm Bureau Insurance Services, Inc. During his time with the Farm Bureau, Dwight worked in several capacities serving as Crop Insurance Field Representative, Raleigh Regional Manager, and most recently, Training and Marketing Manager where he worked with 15 Farm Bureau member states.
He has also served as chairman of the Sampson County Republican Party as well as chairman of the Sampson County Board of Elections. Dwight graduated from North Carolina State University with a B.S. Degree in Biological and Agricultural Engineering. He is very active in Hopewell United Methodist Church in Newton Grove. Dwight has two adult sons and daughters and resides with his wife Debbie on the family farm outside of Newton Grove.
“Dwight’s depth of knowledge of the district and his work experience will enable him to serve the citizens of this district very well. I am delighted to have Dwight heading up our district team,” said Congressman Rouzer.
Additionally, Chance Lambeth will serve as Deputy District Director and will be focused on coastal issues. Previously, Chance worked on Congressman Rouzer’s congressional campaign as his political director. In that role, he focused on voter turnout and coastal issues. He also served as political director for Edwin Peacock’s mayoral campaign in Charlottte, NC in 2013. In 2012, Chance was a Regional Field Director for the Republican National Committee where he led one of the state’s most effective grassroots and voter turnout operations.
“I am excited that Chance will continue to play a vital role in our office focusing on coastal issues. He’s developed strong relationships throughout the district and has a strong understanding of the unique needs of our coastal communities,” Congressman Rouzer said.Share: