Shortly after internet hosting its annual networking breakfast as a digital occasion, the Professional Women in Pest Management (PWIPM) of New England introduced it’s in search of candidates for its regional Ladies of Excellence Award.
Now in its second year, the award is open to ladies residing in New England that work in skilled pest administration, whether or not as an proprietor, technician, workplace skilled, producer rep, researcher, and many others. “The award can be given to a person who demonstrates excellent management and has made notable contributions to the event and progress of the occupation and their corporations,” based on the New England PWIPM. The 2020 winner was Julie Heincelman, ACE, of JP Pest Services in Milford, N.H.
The award winner will obtain a plaque, a $100 present card, and recognition inside the business and with NEPMA. Nominations can be accepted via Feb. 1, 2021, and candidates could also be nominated by a couple of particular person. Nomination forms can be downloaded here and emailed to [email protected].
On Dec. 10, dozens of New England PWIPM members and friends logged on-line for an off-the-cuff networking occasion. Coming into a “digital ballroom” with a number of “tables,” and inspired to combine and mingle to maximise the networking time, attendees video chatted with each other on subjects starting from how COVID-19 was affecting their companies to how digital conferences have stored their workdays busy.
The group’s subsequent free, on-line occasion will happen by way of Zoom on Feb. 18 from 2 p.m. to three p.m. “Forging New Frontiers: Ladies Leaders within the Pest Management Trade” will function panelists Eve Pappas, VP and director of gross sales for Hoffman’s Exterminating, Mantua, N.J., and serves in management roles for each the Pennsylvania and Delaware pest management associations; Sheri Spencer Bachman, proprietor of Spencer Pest Services, Greenville, S.C., and founding father of Pest Control Business Coach; and Marillian Missiti, president of Buono Pest Control Co., Belmont, Mass., and treasurer of the National Pest Management Association. It is going to be moderated by Courtney Carace, ACE, COO of Pest-End Inc., Methuen, Mass. Dialogue subjects embrace:
- Profession challenges over time within the pest management business
- Abilities wanted to succeed
- Knowledge for different aspiring feminine leaders within the business
- How the business has modified for ladies
Anybody within the pest administration business is inspired to attend. Register here.