Nisus Corp. hires territory manager for California, Hawaii


March 9, 2023

Javier Ramos

Javier Ramos

Nisus Corp. announced that Javier Ramos joined the company as a territory manager for California and Hawaii.

Ramos brings valuable experience in operations and logistics to support Nisus’ customer and strategic partners in the region, the company says.

“Javier has a deep and unique understanding of distribution and a common‑sense approach to business. This combination and his ability to bring people together to reach common goals through collaboration and communication make Javier a welcome addition to the Nisus team,” said Jim Sparks, Western regional manager of Nisus.

Sparks and Ramos will work closely together to further enhance customers’ experience and drive growth in California and Hawaii.

Ramos’ background includes a degree from the University of California-Riverside in public policy, with an emphasis in urban planning and development. His early career stages focused on transportation planning for Riverside County in California, where he managed projects with local, state and federal oversight. He then transitioned to a role as operations manager with Amazon, leading two site launches and heading site projects to scale savings and improve operations.

“I am thrilled to enter the pest control market and combine my operations background with the extensive and exciting goals Nisus Corporation has for its future. The Nisus team is an amazing group of professionals, and I look forward to contributing to our organizational excellence,” Ramos said in the release.

“This industry is about relationships. At Nisus, we want to ensure we’re helping our customers make decisions that will get them the best results, acting as a resource to them in the process. Javier has the necessary attributes and cognizance for others to make that happen,” said Nisus President Lee Barrett. “We’re excited to have him on board.”


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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