ergoCentric bonds with Bondar

ergoCentric celebrated the opening of its new Toronto showroom, located on the ground floor of the historic King Edward Hotel, with a cocktail party featuring an address by Dr. Roberta Bondar, Canada’s first female astronaut. She’s also a neurologist, author, photographer and impressively lively speaker.

Photo credit: David Lasker

Astronaut Dr. Roberta Bondar and ergoCentric founder Terry Cassaday.
ergoCentric’s Sandy Lombardo, controller; Julia Teoli, inside sales; Dan Childerhose, strategic pricing manager; and Derek Graansma, territory sales manager.
ergoCentric’s David Selwah, purchasing co-ordinator; Lori Skulj, marketing co-ordinator; Denis Parenteau and Lisa Jones, inside sales; Siby Baby, order processing; and Alison Byrne, VP marketing.
ergoCentric’s Sam Dunkley, operations manager; Seema Mistry, inside sales; Remy Miraflor, finance manager; and Nancy Almeida, director of customer service and procurement.
ergoCentric’s Greg Stevens, sales associate, and Emerson Cassaday, director, furniture and accessories division; and industrial designer Miles Keller, owner of Dystil and co-creator of ergoCentric’s airCentric and tCentric Hybrid series of chairs.
John Crawford, ergoCentric’s showroom and account manager; and interior designer Elizabeth Broxterman, principal, Garden & Goods.
Ed Veeke, president, and Jennifer Veeke, owner, of machinery company Parmerit; and ErgoCentric’s Bob Cimon, regional sales manager, and Luis Garfias, account manager.
ergoCentric’s Paula Yamashita, territory manager, Southwest Ontario, and Lyn Hatt, ergonomist, flank Medina Dupuis, owner of software firm Groundwork Projects.