Syngenta PPM names Western technical services manager


November 30, 2023



Industry veteran Lisa Eppler has joined Syngenta’s North American Professional Pest Management (PPM) team as the new Western technical services manager. Eppler earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in agricultural sciences from the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart, Germany. She joined Syngenta in 2016 and held roles on the Global Insect Control and Abiotic Stress Management team and the Global Urban Pest Management team. In her new U.S.-based role, she will provide technical support to pest management customers in the following states:

• Alaska
• Arizona
• California
• Colorado
• Hawaii
• Idaho
• Montana
• Nevada
• New Mexico
• Oregon
• Utah
• Washington
• Wyoming

Additionally, Eppler will conduct customer training and coordinate technical service trials with key cooperators, consultants and customers.

“Since she first joined Syngenta, Lisa has made significant contributions to our business,” Mark Coffelt, head of technical services for Syngenta Professional Solutions in North America, said in a news release. “We’re excited for Lisa to bring her global perspective and industry knowledge to the U.S., where we’re confident she’ll help drive technical solutions to further support our customers.”

About Syngenta PPM

Based in Greensboro, N.C., the U.S. Syngenta Professional Pest Management division is part of Syngenta Group, a worldwide manufacturer headquartered in Switzerland. Among its many initiatives, Syngenta actively partners with conservation groups around the world to maintain natural environments and eradicate pests that threaten native species. As a developer of innovative pest control products, Syngenta works with conservationists to provide solutions to aid wildlife recovery efforts that help communities boost nature-based tourism and fuel economic growth.


About the Author

Heather Gooch

Heather Gooch is the editor-in-chief for PMP magazine. She can be reached at or 330-321-9754.

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