Congressman David Rouzer (R-NC) announced Tuesday two recent staff changes among his district staff following the departure of Dwight Williams, who had been serving as the congressman’s district director. Mr. Williams was recently appointed to serve as Clerk of Superior Court for Sampson County.
“Dwight Williams has been integral to our North Carolina district operations, overseeing district events and constituent operations, since I was sworn in to serve in the United States House of Representatives in January of 2015,” Rouzer said. “I am very thankful for Dwight’s service and wish him the best as Clerk of Superior Court for Sampson County. He will be of great service to the citizens of Sampson County in this new role.”
Chance Lambeth, who had been serving as the Congressman’s deputy district director, has been promoted to district director.
“I am proud to announce the promotion of Chance Lambeth to the job of district director. Chance has developed strong relationships throughout the district and has a great understanding of the unique needs of our coastal communities. With this promotion, Chance will oversee all constituent services while continuing to focus on the coastal and infrastructure needs of Southeastern North Carolina.”
Lisa Littler, former constituent services director, has been promoted to serve as deputy district director.
“It is an honor to announce the promotion of Lisa Littler to the job of deputy district director where she will continue to build upon her years of experience serving the great citizens of the 7th Congressional District,” Congressman Rouzer said. “Having worked with Lisa during our time together in the Washington office of U.S. Senator Jesse Helms, I know that she will excel in this new role while continuing to provide exceptional constituent service.
Lambeth and Littler have been with Congressman Rouzer since his swearing in January of 2015. Lambeth will be based out of the Bolivia and Wilmington offices while Littler will be based out of the Four Oaks office.