Kim Scott was named chief operating officer for Terminix in January 2021. Scott joined Terminix Global Holdings (formerly ServiceMaster Global Holdings) in December 2019 as president of Terminix Residential, following a strong track record of delivering significant business results in the services industry.
She joined the company from Rubicon Global, a venture-backed technology company that provides waste, recycling and smart cities solutions to businesses and governments worldwide. After serving on the board of directors for three years, she stepped in to the role of president to support the team in advancing their mission to end waste.
Prior to Rubicon, she was president of CHEP North America, a division of Brambles Limited, for four years, where she was responsible for the $2.3 billion supply chain logistics company providing reusable unit load equipment to some of the world’s largest and most recognizable brands in manufacturing and retail. During her time leading CHEP, she delivered improved business performance and increased shareholder value through cultural transformation that drove employee engagement, safety and customer loyalty, a go-to-market strategy that delivered top line growth, and operational execution that yielded cost out and margin improvement. In her 11 years with Brambles, she held several leadership roles including, president CHEP USA, group vice president global acquisition integration, and vice president of operations.
She served on the Executive Leadership of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce from 2013-2017 and the Advisory Board at the Wharton School’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership from 2015-2018. Kim began her career as an environmental engineer for the General Electric Company and U.S. Steel, and holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from Auburn University.