The Tennessee Pest Control Association (TPCA) recognized Anna Lewis, director of operation at All American Pest Control, with “The TPCA Rising Star Award” at the 2023 TPCA Winter Conference in Nashville, Tenn., on Feb. 28.
The Rising Star Award was established in 2022 by the Tennessee Chapter of the Professional Women in Pest Management (PWIPM). The TPCA Chapter of PWIPM was established in 2021 under the National Pest Management Association’s (NPMA’s) PWIPM umbrella. The Tennessee PWIPM group is focusing on gathering women throughout the state together for learning, networking and service.
“I was so excited to have just been nominated for the Rising Star Award and then to find that I won was a total surprise, there are so many amazing women in the Pest Control Industry that are deserving of this,” Lewis said in the news release. “In my 15 years in the industry, I’ve seen women become more and more active and hold roles that truly are paving the way into the next chapter of pest control. I am thankful to work for All-American Pest Control, Inc. a company that values everyone’s hard work and contributions towards continuous growth as well as personal and professional development.”
About Tennessee Pest Control Association
The Tennessee Pest Control Association (TCPA) is a group of pest professionals that come together to discuss issues concerning their businesses. TPCA provides members with the latest news, business information and products technology, as well as legislative issues that could affect them. Membership gives pest professionals in the Volunteer State a chance to learn and grow through technical and management training offered by the association. It’s also an opportunity for local pest control firms to get involved and have a voice in the Tennessee structural pest control industry.