NPMA to host Women’s Forum


February 23, 2024



The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) will host the Women’s Forum May 7-9 at The Starling in Atlanta, Ga.

The Women’s Forum is an opportunity for women and men throughout the pest management industry to create an inclusive environment for all members of their team.

During this engaging program, the NPMA notes, participants will “attend sessions on inspiring and impactful leadership, network during interactive workshops and breakout sessions, hear from groundbreaking keynote speakers, and celebrate women across the industry.”

Immediately following the Women’s Forum, join the NPMA for its inaugural Workforce Summit May 9-10 in Atlanta, Ga.

The event brings together professionals and industry leaders from across the pest management sector to tackle the pressing challenges and opportunities related to workforce development.

The NPMA notes that its Workforce Summit will focus on driving the conversation on how to create a skilled, diverse and engaged workforce that supports the evolving needs of the pest management industry. This event will provide a platform for thought-provoking discussions, networking opportunities and the exchange of innovative ideas that will shape the of the industry.

About the National Pest Management Association

The National Pest Management Association is a non-profit organization with more than 4,000 members. It was established in 1933 to support the pest management industry’s commitment to the protection of public health, food, and property from the diseases and dangers of pests. The association has had many notable leaders over the years, including Pest Management Professional Hall of Famers Bill Buettner (Class of 1998), Dr. Ralph Heal (Class of 2003), Dr. Phil Spear (Class of 2004), and Bob Rosenberg (Class of 2013), to name just a few.


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