Paragon Furniture, Inc. promotes Janet Alford

ARLINGTON, TX — Paragon Furniture, Inc., a furniture provider and designer for educational spaces, announced the promotion of Janet Alford to the position of director of operations support. Janet will now oversee strategic and operational support across all manufacturing and supply chain activities at Paragon Furniture.

Alford's expertise in lean manufacturing and process improvement has led to enhancements in operational efficiencies, reduced costs, and improved products throughout her tenure with the company.

As director of operations support, Alford will report to the vice president of operations. She will also lead efforts to foster a culture of efficiency and continuous improvement across all levels of operations.

"Janet's promotion is a testament to her hard work, dedication, and the significant contributions she has made to our company," said Sean Grizzell, vice president of operations at Paragon Furniture, Inc. "Her innovative approach and leadership skills are invaluable as we continue to grow and enhance our operational processes. We are confident that under Janet’s direction, Paragon will continue to thrive."

Alford’s career at Paragon Furniture has been marked by several initiatives that have positioned the company as a leader in the furniture manufacturing industry. Her background in operational management and her proficiency in ERP and other operational software have been instrumental in her achievements.

"I am honored to take on this new role and excited for the opportunity to contribute further to our company's success," said Alford. "I look forward to continuing to work with our talented team to deliver excellence in every aspect of our operations."


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