MCD Names Pamelyn Woodard as Human Resources Manager

Oct 25, 2018, 13:04 PM by Keith Walker

McKinney, TX. - MCD, a division of Airxcel, announced the appointment of PamelynPamelyn Woodard, HR Manager Woodard as HR Manager for Dicor Corporation and MCD.

Pamelyn brings over 15 years of Strategic Human Resources experience along with an extensive background within the manufacturing environment. In previous roles, Pamelyn was responsible for handling core competencies, such as, workforce planning and organizational development, recruitment and retention, performance management, employee relations and change management. She has been a part of many employee-focused initiatives that have driven organizational results.

An experienced HR manager, Pamelyn previously worked for Tetra Pak in Denton Texas as the factory HR manager. Prior to that she was the Senior Human Resource Analyst for Carrier Corporation. In her new role, Pamelyn will plan, direct and coordinate the HR programs and policies of Dicor Corporation and MCD as they apply to safety, employee relations and staffing levels. 

“With our continuous growth plan, Pamelyn will make a great addition to the Airxcel family. Her wealth of knowledge and experience of the manufacturing industry will be central to our success. We are excited to bring her on board,” said Anthony Wollschlager, Dicor Corporation and MCD President.

“I am eager to join the Dicor Corporation and MCD team and am excited to contribute to their ongoing success,” commented Pamelyn. “I look forward to continuing my career in human resources by providing ongoing support within the organization.”

Pamelyn will be located at MCD in McKinney, Texas.


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