Adam Jones, Vice President of Quality Assurance for Massey Services, was recently inducted as President of the Florida Pest Management Association (FPMA). Jones has served for four years on the FPMA’s Executive Committee and his main role as President is to continue to effectively improve the administration and support services for the state association.
“I am truly honored to be named President of the FPMA,” said Jones. “I want to thank the Massey family for their unwavering support and commitment in allowing me to serve the association. The FPMA exists to serve its members and our industry, and I look forward to an open collaboration between industry peers which will only help promote the growth of our industry.”
A 34-year veteran of the business, Jones began his career at ChemLawn as a specialist and spent four and half years in operations management before joining Massey Services as a general manager in 1991. In 1995, he was promoted to Technical Director for the GreenUP Division and then was given the role of Director of Quality Assurance for all of Massey Services’ businesses. In 1999, Jones was tapped to be the Vice President of Quality Assurance.
Jones has been featured in a variety of media outlets as a pest management, landscape services and irrigation expert while also serving as a speaker at many industry specific events. He has completed the OPM Key Executives Program at Harvard’s Graduate School of Business Administration and currently serves on the board of directors of the Florida Irrigation Society and the Environmental Research and Education Foundation. He also is active in Junior Achievement and other local community projects.