ISSA Announces 3 New Government Affairs Advisory Committee Members

ISSA has announced three new members of its Government Affairs Advisory Committee (GAAC): Jody Carroll from Power X3 Property Maintenance Services, Caryn Gilliam from PortionPac Chemical, and Amber Reyna from Verde Clean.

“The GAAC is an important part of ISSA’s investment in, and expansion of, its advocacy efforts. Committee members play a critical role in supporting the association’s government affairs, including advocating on key legislative and regulatory issues impacting the full cleaning supply chain,” according to a press release.

Carroll is the CEO of Power X3, Gilliam is the chief strategy officer at PortionPac Chemical, and Reyna is the chief revenue officer of Verde Clean. Stepping away from the GAAC are Royce Ard of My Amazing Maid and Lani Binne of The Cleaning Authority.

“Jody, Caryn, and Amber bring a deep and varied understanding of the cleaning industry to the GAAC and are committed to ISSA’s advocacy efforts,” ISSA Director of Government Affairs John Nothdurft said. “We’re excited to work with them in their new capacity as GAAC members to advance the important government affairs agenda for the industry. And we thank Royce and Lani for their service on the GAAC.”

For questions about the GAAC and ISSA advocacy, contact ISSA Director of Government Affairs John Nothdurft.

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