Truly Nolen promotes California manager, hires in HR department


August 17, 2023

Luis Barberena

Luis Barberena

Truly Nolen Pest Control promoted Luis Barberena to manager of the company’s Moreno Valley, Calif., service office.

Barberena joined Truly Nolen in June 2022 as a manager-in-training. Before joining the company, he spent six years in the pest control industry as a senior operations manager with Ecolab Pest Elimination. Barberena holds a degree in business management from the University of Southern California.

Some of Barberena’s new responsibilities will include helping the service office continue to maintain visibility with the local Moreno Valley community, as well as instilling the company’s core values throughout his team.

Briana Sullivan

Briana Sullivan

Truly Nolen Pest Control also hired Briana Sullivan as administrative assistant in the company’s human resources (HR) department. She will be based at the company’s HR headquarters in Phoenix, Ariz.

Sullivan recently graduated from Cal State San Bernardino with a bachelor of arts in HR management. During that time, she had the opportunity to work for the University of California within its UCPath Center.

UCPath is the shared services center that manages the payroll, benefits and other human resources transactions across the entire University of California system. UCPath staff work in a variety of areas including payroll, HR administration, benefits, product management, finance, customer service, technology and training.

About Truly Nolen Pest Control

Founded in 1938, Tucson, Ariz.-based Truly Nolen of America is one of the largest family-owned pest control companies in the United States. Truly Nolen has more than 80 branch offices in Arizona, California, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah. The company also has independently owned and operated franchises in an ever-growing number of territories including Kentucky, Georgia, New Jersey, Canada, Puerto Rico and over 60 countries.


About the Author

Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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