Amber Turner Named Project Manager at Limestone County Economic Development Association

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Amber Turner

LIMESTONE COUNTY – The Limestone County Economic Development Association (LCEDA) announced the hiring of Amber Turner as the organization’s new Project Manager.

Turner, who has more than 25 years of experience in workforce development and human resource management, comes to LCEDA from the North Alabama Workforce Development Alliance.
In her new role, Turner will work to attract and assist in the recruitment of domestic and international businesses in Limestone County and expand LCEDA’s existing industry visitation and retention support initiatives.
Turner was appointed by Alabama Governor Kay Ivey to the Office of Apprenticeship Council in 2020.
She and her husband, Johnny, live in Athens with 3-year-old Charlotte.
During her spare time, Amber loves to travel, listen to audiobooks, and camp at the river.
LCEDA’s President & CEO Bethany Shockney is thrilled to have Turner on staff at LCEDA.
“Amber is a huge asset in our organization’s workforce development efforts to grow a skilled and available workforce,” Shockney said. “Her expertise has already proved to be a game-changer for our organization.”
Media Release/Blake Williams Communications, LLC
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