How Bob Rosenberg is using his relatively brief stint as CEO to lay foundations for growth of pest management group
Jan. 23, 2015
By Walt Williams
When Bob Rosenberg became CEO of the National Pest Management Association in late 2012, he did so under one condition: It wouldn’t be a long-term commitment.
Rosenberg had worked at the Fairfax, Va.-based NPMA since 1989 and was looking at retirement. But the opportunity he was offered provided a chance to reinvent an association whose staff had dwindled and needed a new organizational structure to carry it into the future.
“It felt like a good time to take a hard look and see if there was a better way to do some things,” Rosenberg said.