Green Pest Solutions promotes VP of pest control


July 24, 2023

Jim Carnelli

Jim Carnelli

West Chester, Pa.-based Green Pest Solutions recently promoted Jim Carnelli to vice president of pest control.

In his new role, Carnelli will oversee all Green Pest Solutions operations and sales throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, focusing on improving service delivery, routing, daily organization and customer service while continuing to drive the growth and momentum of the company.

“Jim has taken our pest control business to new heights. In the last three years, under Jim’s leadership, Green Pest Solutions has grown from $7.1 million in revenue to over $12.5 million  and our customer count has grown from 12,000 to over 17,000. Jim’s tenacity, focus on his team’s growth and process driven leadership style has set a solid foundation to continue growing the Green Pest Solutions’ business for years to come,” Matt Jesson, president and CEO of Green Pest Solutions, said in the news release.

Carnelli joined Green Pest Solutions in 2020 as director of pest control and currently resides in Coatesville, Pa., with his wife, Rose.

About Green Pest Solutions

Green Pest Solutions is a locally owned and operated pest control company servicing the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware tristate region.

President and Owner Matt Jesson has been an entrepreneur since the age of nine, when he started his own neighborhood lawn cutting business in Havertown, Pa. He ran that business all the way through his early twenties until he transitioned from landscaping to lawn care with the founding of Green Lawn Fertilizing in 2004. As the lawn care business grew it became apparent that customers were in need of pest control services beyond what the company was providing.

In 2012, Jesson officially launched Green Pest Solutions as a dedicated pest brand. Since that time, Green Pest Solutions has grown to over 17,000 local customers.


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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