Owner and General Manager
Chase is the grandson of Frank Goforth, the founder of the company. He has worked in the company since he was young and now runs the business. He has degrees in Business Management and Marketing from UNC Charlotte and holds a NC Pest Control license and is an accredited WDIR inspector. He was named one of the 2018 Triad's Top 40 Leaders Under 40. If the Carolina Panthers or U.S. Men's National Soccer Team is playing, he is watching.
Chief Administrative Officer
Leah began working as the Director of Digital Marketing and Customer Service in 2009 for the company with her background in advertising from UNC-Chapel Hill. She has served on the PR committee for the NCPMA and is a committee member for the Triad Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. She spends her free time running and cheering on her Carolina Panthers and Tar Heels.
Lake Norman Manager
Dennis was named the North Carolina Technician of the Year by the NCPMA in 2009 and 2013. He has extensive training on the identification and management of termites and other pests.
Structural Division Manager
Ben has been with the company for over three years and is in charge of our termite division. He also assists in the management of training and the company's vehicles.
Chad oversees the daily operations and sales for the Charlotte, NC, Salisbury, NC, Columbia, SC and Greenville, SC locations. He has worked in the pest industry for over 12 years in various roles.
Triad Residential Pest Control Manager
Digital Marketing Director
Logan is in charge of digital marketing for all locations and basically fixes everything.
Nikki oversees all administrative and accounting operations for the company.
Assistant Office Manager
Lawn Division Manager and Quality Control Supervisor
Lake Norman Account Manager
Charlotte Account Manager
Lake Norman Structural Division Manager
Assistant Structural Division Manager
Dylan as been with Go-Forth 7 years.
<h2>This page only includes the owners, managers, and seasoned employees. Our company has around 80 employees and is constantly growing!</h2>