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Terminix Announces New Director of Technical Services

Terminix has named Dr. Cassie Krejci as director of Technical Services, a role that provides oversight of a team of technical specialists and company technicians, materials’ selection and usage, and industry-leading technical initiatives to deliver better business outcomes.

 
Previously, Krejci has worked as a technical field specialist for pesticide manufacturer MGK, and as lead researcher and technical sales associate for Term Barriers, a termite control product company. In addition to holding a Ph.D degree in Entomology from Texas A&M University, she serves as the president of Pi Chi Omega, the national fraternity for pest control professionals, whose mission is to connect and enrich the urban pest management community.
 
Brett Ponton, Terminix chief executive officer, comments: “As industry leaders in the global pest control market, Terminix aims to stay at the forefront of the latest research and technology relevant to our pest management services.
 
“Dr. Krejci’s extensive background in research and education make her an invaluable member of the team. This deep understanding of the industry will help us be more valuable advisors and thought partners to our customers.”
 
Dominque Sauvage, senior director of quality and technical services, adds: “We are thrilled to add a passionate leader like Dr. Krejci to our team.
 
“Her wide variety of experience, including chemistry, troubleshooting, education and product management, will prove to be useful in all facets of our business. Dr. Krejci understands that educating customers about pests constitutes a major part of our jobs as integrated pest management (IPM) providers. We are excited for her to get started!”
 
Dr. Krejci can be found on LinkedIn or TikTok, where users engage with her insights on insects in the natural world and life as a professional entomologist.

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