ServiceMaster selects board member

|  August 2, 2019

ServiceMaster Global Holdings Inc., a provider of services to residential and commercial customers in the termite, pest control, cleaning and restoration markets, appointed Deborah Caplan to its board of directors.

Deborah Caplan. PHOTO: SERVICEMASTER

Deborah Caplan. PHOTO: SERVICEMASTER

Caplan is the executive VP of human resources and corporate services for NextEra Energy Inc., a clean energy company, where she is responsible for all aspects of workforce management. Caplan has a diverse set of experiences — spanning the aviation, financial services and energy industries — in several different roles, including human resources, operations, supply chain and engineering.

“Deborah is a strong addition to the board,” says ServiceMaster chairman Naren Gursahaney in a press release. “She is an adept strategist and innovator and will offer great counsel and support in the company’s journey toward long-term, sustainable growth.”

“I’m pleased to have Deborah join our board at such an exciting time,” says CEO Nik Varty in a press release. “Her rich set of experiences in customer service, people management, Six Sigma and operations will be a great asset to our leadership team as we continue to fulfill our commitments to serve, care and deliver.”

Caplan, an executive with a history of building cultures founded in strong values, also served as NextEra Energy’s VP of integrated supply chain, and as VP and COO of Florida Power & Light Co., a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Inc. Prior to joining NextEra Energy, Caplan worked at General Electric Co. as the senior VP of global operations for vendor financial services.

“I’m excited to join the ServiceMaster board and the transformation journey of this organization,” adds Caplan in a press release. “The ServiceMaster leadership team has set an exciting new vision, to create cleaner, healthier, safer environments, and this will resonate for home and business owners around the world.”

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