BedBug Central hires national account manager

By |  February 21, 2019
Sarah Latyn. PHOTO: BedBug Central

Sarah Latyn

Sarah Latyn joins BedBug Central as a national account manager.

Her primary focus at the company will be as a representative for the affordable housing industry.

“What we have found is that there is a need for quality education and training on bed bugs within the affordable housing sector,” says BedBug Central President Robert DiJoseph. “So we wanted to find a person that would be a great fit for that market, and that person is Sarah.”

Latyn received her master’s in Business and Science from Rutgers University in 2018 and says she has always had a love for bugs.

“We’re excited to add another member to our growing team,” DiJoseph says. “Sarah’s background and experience will provide a fresh perspective to the industry.”

Latyn says she is eager to help change the mindset behind bed bug treatments within typical public housing settings.

“What I am looking to do in my role at BedBug Central is show pest management professionals (PMPs) and public housing associates how bed bug infestations don’t have to be a continual, on-going issue for communities like they have been in the past,” Latyn says. “Eradication is possible, and you can do it without the burden of tenant preparations.”

Latyn will not only be an educator and presenter for various conferences and workshop, but she also will host her own YouTube series titled “Insects and the City.” The first episodes of “Insects and the City” are set to be filmed in March with an anticipated release date in April.

“The purpose of ‘Insects and the City’ is to provide PMPs and affordable housing associations the tools, training and knowledge they need to tackle the bed bug problems in their communities,” she says.

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