The reorganization was undertaken to ensure that the organization is durable and poised to meet the future expectations of its members, NPMA reports.
FAIRFAX, Va. — In an effort to best serve its membership and take advantage of the organization's staff assets, the National Pest Management Association announced a significant staff reorganization to ensure that the organization is durable and poised to meet the future expectations of its members. This transition will include the following enhancements:
• Andrew Architect has been named Chief Industry Relations Officer with responsibility over all industry-facing activities, including technical affairs, legislative and regulatory affairs, legal, QualityPro, state association management and state association relations.
• Dominique Stumpf has been named Chief Operating Officer, with responsibility over internal NPMA operations, including meetings and convention, membership, marketing and human resources.
• Gary McKenzie will continue to serve as Chief Financial Officer with responsibility over the finances of NPMA and our affiliated organizations.
• Missy Henriksen will continue to run the Professional Pest Management Association, which is a related, but independent organization.
In addition, Janay Rickwalder has been elevated to Vice President of Communications, Marketing and Membership; Jim Fredericks has been promoted to Vice President of Technical and Regulatory Affairs and Megan Moloney has been promoted to Meetings/Exhibits Manager.
"In my 25 years with the association, NPMA is fortunate to have the most talented group of people with whom I've ever worked," stated NPMA Executive Vice President Bob Rosenberg. "I'm certain that, with these adjustments, NPMA has built a team that will continue to lead and serve the industry with distinction for years to come."