Stacy was the first technician at Advanced Wildlife Control. She has been a part of AWC since her father, Paul, started the business in 1988. Graduating from Concordia University Wisconsin in Mequon with a degree in Biology, Stacy coached volleyball several years after college while also working at AWC.
Stacy started out as a field technician during the early years of the company. She is now our Office Manager who deals with everything in the office from billing to scheduling and more. When she isn’t working for AWC, you can usually find her reading, playing Fortnite, walking her dogs, or spending time with her husband and two sons.
Erica is one of our Office Administrators at Advanced Wildlife Control. She has always enjoyed helping others and always has a smile on her face, making AWC the perfect place for her. She is outstanding at helping people over the phone with their wildlife or pest problems.
When she isn’t working for AWC, you can usually find her collecting antiques, thrifting, and refurbishing items, working on her interior design skills or spending time with her fiancee and pets.
Office Administrator / Cat & Plant Mom / Bat Woman
Erin is one of our Office Administrators at Advanced Wildlife Control. Born in Illinois, but raised in Iowa, Erin attended Simpson College where she studied Multimedia Journalism, Psychology, and Digital Art. She is an amazing office administrator and is our resident “Batwoman” who takes care of all our bat-related services.
When she isn’t working for AWC, you can usually find her reading, collecting enamel pins, bullet journaling, tending to her many plant-babies, playing Pokemon Go, or hanging out with her cat.
Brady is graduated from Wisconsin Lutheran College with a double major in Finance and Marketing. After graduating from WLC, Brady joined AWC in our newly created marketing manager position. With his background in marketing, he is working to grow the company’s social media and brand presence. Brady is also the writer and designer of our website.
Brady worked for the family business throughout high school and college, primarily spraying for mosquitoes. When Brady isn’t working for AWC, you can usually find him running, working on his photography and filmmaking skills, disc golfing, or spending time with his friends and family.