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February 25, 2020 — Stow, OH — The ACRT Services family of companies — ACRT, ACRT Pacific, and Bermex — offer expert, independent consulting solutions to utilities and associated organizations throughout the United States, including vegetation management consultation and training, customized safety courses, technology solutions, and utility metering services. An employee-owned organization that focuses on empowering employees, customers, and the communities they serve, ACRT Services is proud to announce the promotion of Maegan Mullinax to business development manager.
In 2018, Mullinax joined the Ready Force team as a roving utility forester with ACRT. She has served the organization as an area safety representative, a safety committee member, and as a storm response team member. As a business development manager, Mullinax will be responsible for growing the organization by offering the full suite of independent consulting solutions provided by ACRT Services.
“Maegan is a wonderful addition to our business development team,” said John Wasmer, EVP of Revenue of ACRT Services. “She has an extensive background in our industry. This allows her to solve the challenges our customers face. I know she’ll thrive in her new role and look forward to her contribution to the industry and our organization.”
Mullinax is an ISA Certified Arborist, a member of the ISA Southern Chapter, and a member of the Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia Tree Board. She is also a member of the Veterans and Citizens Council in Fort Oglethorpe, the Georgia Tree Council, and the Utility Arborist Association where she sits on the Professional Development Committee.
Having gained 10 years of experience in the field of horticulture, Maegan was ready to take her passion for the green industry to the next level. She furthered her experience in the world of arboriculture by serving as a city arborist and later entered utility arboriculture as a system arborist for a cooperative in the southeastern United States.
“I love that our organization is employee-owned and that we continue to maintain our independence,” Mullinax said. “I believe that my background in both urban forestry and horticulture will allow me to bring some out-of-the-box thinking to my new role.”
Since 1972, we’ve been working towards providing the best solutions by reducing our clients’ costs and minimizing customer complaints. We work with gas, electric, and water utility companies to design a plan that best fits the challenges you’re facing.