Brister Appointed to Tennessee Pest Control Advisory Board

Brister Appointed to Tennessee Pest Control Advisory Board

Erica Brister of U.S. Pest Protection was appointed to the role by Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - U.S. Pest Protection president and CEO Erica Brister was appointed to the Tennessee Pest Control Advisory Board by Tennessee State Gov. Bill Lee. The board influences laws and regulations in the state of Tennessee.

"I am focused on continuing to develop safe practices for the pest control industry and protecting what matters most for all Tennesseans," she said.

Brister's industry knowledge has been built over two decades in the pest control industry. She has been recognized as a young professional winner for local chambers and was an instrumental panelist on WorkWave's "The Voice of Women in Field Service." She won "Top Women Owned Business" in Nashville from the Nashville Business Journal and worked for the National Pest Management Association, as well as local associations.

"Erica's professional achievements speak volumes about her dedication to the pest control industry," said Workwave CEO David Giannetto.