On March 8, people around the globe celebrated women leaders during International Women’s Day, and the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is proud to have seen the pest management industry participate in this year’s initiative.
While there are women represented in all job roles across pest management businesses, they are an anomaly in our mostly male-dominated industry. NPMA strongly believes that sharing examples of successful women in pest management roles could inspire other women to join this changing industry and help close the gap. Below is a snapshot of the pest management companies who participated in celebrating #IWD2020:
Pakistan Professional Women in Pest Management
Bed Bug Central
Target Specialty Products
Happy International Women’s Day! Celebrating all the women that make a positive contribution to our industries. #celebratingyou #womeninpestmanagement #womeninturfmanagement
Terminix Service, Inc.
Who run the (pest) world?! Women! Happy International Women’s Day. #WomeninPestManagement #EachforEqual #IWD2020 @NationalPestMgt
It’s International Women’s Day!
Only 4.2% of pest control workers are female, but that number continues to rise due to the hard work of organizations like Women in Pest Control and National Pest Management Association.
On this International Women’s Day, we would like to salute the ladies of Champion Pest & Termite Control – Lakeisha, our office administrator, and Helen, our co-owner. Thanks for all you do ladies!
McCall Service, Inc.
In celebration of International Women’s Day we are giving kudos to Aleena Moorehead, our Customer Care Manager! Aleena has been a leading woman in Pest Management and providing great customer service for 6 years! #WomeninPestManagement #IWD2020 #EachforEqual #CallMcCall
NPMA’s Professional Women in Pest Management (PWIPM)
“NPMA’s Professional Women in Pest Management are together at #NPMALegislativeDay networking and discussing recruiting women into our industry. Empowered women empower women. #WomeninPestManagement #IWD2020 #EachforEqual”
NPMA thanks all who celebrated the successful women in our industry. “I am so proud to be a part of this amazing industry and can say watching the women grow over the past 20 years is nothing less than amazing,” stated NPMA CEO Dominique Stumpf.
To learn more about NPMA’s initiatives for attracting, developing and supporting women in the pest management industry and to see how you can be involved, please visit the Professional Women in Pest Management website at www.pwipm.org.