1. Associate Certified Entomologist Exam | American Pest


Associate Certified Entomologist Exam | American Pest

American Pest added six Associate Certified Entomologists (ACE) to its staff today in Howard County. To be eligible for ACE certification, one must have at least seven years of pest management experience and pass a comprehensive exam testing their knowledge of the industry.

“We believe that education is vitally important to our staff being well equipped for the challenging world of pest management,” says W. Wayne White, Director of Technical Services at American Pest.

With the addition of Matt Nixon, Seth Spears, Paul Bergmann, David Billingsly, Drew Hollingsworth, and John Strohecker, American Pest is proud to employ eight Associate Certified Entomologists.

“American Pest’s certified staff enables us to provide the most advanced, professional service available to our clientele,” White says. American Pest’s expert staff also includes four Board Certified Entomologists and one Ph.D. of entomology.


Certified Entomologists Are Crucial in Our Team

Is Important to mention that in 2011 American’s own Commercial Technician Supervisors John Henson and Kenny Neal passed the examination process to become Associate Certified Entomologists.

The ACE program provides an opportunity for pest management professionals to gain credentials based on their self-instruction and work experience. Taking the ACE exam requires a valid pesticide applicator license and a minimum of 7 years of work experience in the pest management industry.

American Pest is proud of Mr. Henson and Mr. Neal for having the initiative and ambition to pursue this goal and congratulates both on their successes.

Since 1925, American Pest has been solving pest problems in the metropolitan Washington, DC area, and takes pride in continuing its longstanding tradition of providing effective, eco-friendly pest control solutions for DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia. For more information, contact us by phone at 301-232-5845 or by filling out our contact form.