NPMA is pleased to announce the results of its annual Board of Directors election. Your Executive Committee will consist of the following Board members:
Chris Gorecki (Rollins, Atlanta, GA) will serve as President.
Scott Steckel (Plunkett’s Pest Control, Columbus, OH) will serve as President-Elect.
Justin McCauley (McCauley Service, Benton, AR) will serve as Treasurer.
Marillian Missiti (Buono Pest Control Co., Inc., Belmont, MA) will serve as Secretary.
Dennis Jenkins (ABC Home & Commercial Services, Lewisville, TX) will serve as Immediate Past President.
to view the full list of your 2019-2020 Board members.
“NPMA is delighted to welcome our newly elected Board and Executive Committee,” says NPMA Chief Executive Officer Dominique Stumpf, CMP, CAE. “We are fortunate to have excellent leaders who will work together to encourage high levels of competence, knowledge and performance in the industry.”
Many thanks to outgoing Board members: Mr. J. Bryan Cooksey, III, 2018-2019 Immediate Past President; Mrs. Sarah Thomas-Clark, 2017-2019 Region #1 Director; Mr. Thomas Cantu, 2017-2019 Region #4 Director; Ms. Sandy Costa, 2017-2019 Region #5 Director; Ms. Faye Golden, 2017-2019 At-Large Member; Ms. Suzanne Graham, 2017-2019 At-Large Member; Mr. Dayton Hylton, 2017-2019 At-Large Member; Mr. Kevin Lemasters, 2017-2019 At-Large Member; Mr. Jason Payne, 2017-2019 At-Large Member; Mr. Darren Van Steenwyk , 2018-2019 At-Large Member; Mr. Billy Tesh, 2018-2019 Past President Representative; Mr. Scott Reasons, 2017-2019 Allied Director; Mr. James Shaffer, 2017-2019 Allied Director; Ms. Deni Naumann, 2018-2019 Associate Director; Mr. Galvin C. Murphy, 2018-2019 Associate Director; and Ms. Donna Giacalone, 2017-2019 UPFDA Representative; for their dedication and service to our industry.
NPMA is soliciting nominations for the NPMA Gives Award to recognize an NPMA member company that has demonstrated leadership through their dedication and contribution to the good of their community. Such contributions are demonstrated through carrying out and/or participating in community service projects. These projects may be industry related (complimentary pest control for at risk environments, etc.), or non-industry related (walk/run, raising funds for the community, blood drives). The entry must demonstrate the company's consistency over a minimum of a three-year period. If you know of a company that should receive this award, please complete the nomination form. All nominations are due June 30, 2019 and will be awarded at NPMA’s Academy in July.
The May/June 2019 issue of PestWorld magazine is on the way! This is the Tech Issue, with the following features included:
Technology in the Field
Pest management pros show how using the latest tech—such as route optimization, electronic trap monitoring and more—can help improve efficiency, saving your company time and money.
Streamlining Work Processes and Enhancing Communications
Technology can provide seamless communication, quick access to information and time-saving processes that produce a more efficient, more successful company.
Today’s websites need to present the right content in the most user-friendly way, with an attention-getting design— here’s how to ensure your website hits all the right notes.
The issue also includes articles on Distracted Driving, Customer Referral Programs, The Importance of Consistent Branding and more.
Also, check out our PestWorld magazine website, where you'll find current and archived articles, as well as exclusive online-only content!
QualityPro accreditation comes with invaluable benefits to help strengthen and grow your team including manager training. This course is a four-part animated training that covers the management and legal topics needed to be a great manager including managing peers, interviewing, employee injuries, and coaching strategies. Learn more.
As a membership benefit, NPMA has developed a gallery of
pest images at My.NPMAPestWorld.org for use by NPMA members.
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Witten Pest Control of Adkins, TX
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May 21 at 2:00 PM EDT | REGISTER
Presented by Dr. Florence Holland, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
Dr. Florence Holland has over 13 years of experience in diversity and education. She is the Lead Manager of Inclusion, Pipeline, and Retention Programs with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and works with the accounting industry to create inclusive workplaces. She will present on her knowledge learned from leading these practices in the accounting industry and provide her secrets to success in building programs with tested research, analysis, and reporting. This presentation will leave you with plenty of ideas to implement into your business to help with professional development, retention, and to grow a better workplace environment!?
Terminix Service, Inc. unveiled the new official Guinness World Records’ largest ant farm on April 27 at Discovery Place Science in celebration of the museum’s annual Arthropod Day.
Two great training courses are being presented by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA) in the May in the Mid-Atlantic region, the NWCOA Wildlife Control Operator Training course on May 17 & 18, 2019 and the NWCOA Certified Bird Management course on May 19th. All PMPs and WCOs are welcome to attend.
Have you been thinking about becoming an ACE? Attend the VPMA ACE Prep Course on June 25, 2019 at the UVA & Virginia Tech Center in Richmond Virginia!
The Washington Post
The triatomine bug, also known as the notorious kissing bug, has been an obscure threat in the United States, with the highest density in Latin America and some Western states. But the insect has found new prominence in Delaware, where health officials recently confirmed their first run-in with a kissing bug
Bed bugs are one of the most common insects in homes across the nation, but are among the hardest to get rid of completely. If you think you can exterminate them on your own, you might want to think again.
The Texas Tribune
Workers in the William P. Hobby Building in downtown Austin have filed hundreds of reports of rats, roaches and other pests in recent years. Now, the state may sell the building.
According to NPMA’s entomologists, residual winter moisture coupled with wet forecasts ahead will cause pest populations to spike early in much of the continental U.S. this spring and summer.
A peaceful Saturday morning in Aledo was disturbed when a swarm of about 200,000 bees came swarming from the walls of a home.
Here are 10 of the top signals that insecurity may be damaging your leadership. If any of these sound familiar, stop the behavior and work through the issues before major consequences result.
Strategy + Business
When things don’t go the way you expect them to, you can use practical strategies to better understand the situation and move forward with greater success.
What got you that first job might be the ability to keep your head down and work hard, but keeping your head down doesn’t help if you want to get promoted.
Empowering your employees to become leaders builds trust, eliminates the need for micromanagement and allows employees to feel a sense of ownership of their own work.
Asking staff to take on multiple responsibilities doesn't have to mean chaos. Here's how to keep the office calm, happy, and productive.
The Asian Longhorned Tick, which has the potential to carry diseases, was reported for the first time in the U.S. last year.
Turnarounds mean the hard work of change management, which is a daunting task.
Here are six unconventional initiatives companies can look to when creating initiatives to inspire motivation and happiness.