Board of Directors

The Minnesota Pest Management Association (MPMA) is the voice of the structural pest management industry in Minnesota.  The Association is comprised of member companies, vendors members and associate member companies who are jointly committed to controlling pests, enhancing professionalism in the industry throughout the region, and in protecting public health and welfare.

The MPMA is led by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Board meets on a quarterly basis throughout the year to plan the Association’s educational, regulatory, and networking events.

The Board is comprised of a broad spectrum of industry professionals including those who operate family businesses, and representatives of larger regional and national companies. The Board of Director

Meetings include individuals such as industry related entomologists from the University of Minnesota and representatives of the pesticide certification and management program from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.  In addition, vendors are invited to attend the MPMA Board of Director meetings. 

The Board is always open to new opinions and ideas. If you are an MPMA Member and would like to be considered for nomination to the MPMA Board of Directors, please contact MPMA President Rob Greer via email at robg@rovepc.com.

MPMA 2020 Officers and Board of Directors 

Officers

President
Rich Hodgson
Orkin

Past President
Staci Johnston
Ecolab

Vice President
Caroline Kirby
Plunketts Pest Control

Secretary/Treasurer
Mike Fresvik
MPMA

 

Board of Directors

Lance Watrin
Granite Pest Control

Mathew Eickman
Abra Kadabra Environmental Services

Mohammed El Damir
Adams Pest Control

Rob Greer
Rove Pest Control

 

Upcoming Meetings & Events

 

November 9-10, 2020
International Professional Women in Pest Management Leadership Forum
Virtual Event

December 2-3, 2020
Global Bedbug Summit
Virtual Event

March 1-2, 2021
Minnesota Structural Pest Management Conference

May 6-7, 2021
Industry Safety Summit
Orlando, FL

 

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