Tsambalieros will be responsible for driving profitable growth in Canada and continuing to build the Steritech brand in the areas of brand standards auditing and pest prevention.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. The Steritech Group, announced the appointment of Steven Tsambalieros as president, The Steritech Group, Corp. in Canada. Tsambalieros replaces Dave Robinson, who is retiring after 11 years as president.
As president, Tsambalieros will be responsible for driving profitable growth in Canada and continuing to build the Steritech brand in the areas of brand standards auditing and pest prevention. Tsambalieros will report to The Steritech Group, Inc.'s president and chief operating officer, Richard Ennis.
Tsambalieros brings to the role more than 25 years of executive leadership experience in many of the markets that Steritech serves. Prior to joining Steritech, he was president at Second Cup International and chief operating officer of Second Cup Ltd. in Canada. His career also includes nearly a decade with Swiss Chalet, where he served as president and chief operating officer.
"We see the Canadian marketplace as an exciting growth opportunity for our business," said Steritech's chief executive officer, Mark Jarvis. "Steven is a strong leader with an exceptional set of skills and experiences, as well as a unique operator's perspective on the services we provide."
A hands-on executive leader, Tsambalieros is an active member of several industry and community groups. He currently serves as a director of Second Harvest and chair of the operations committee, sits on the policy advisory board at the University of Guelph's School of Hospitality and Tourism, and is a director of the Ontario Hostelry Institute. He has previously served as a director of the Canadian Restaurant Association, Ontario Restaurant Association, and Friends We Care, Inc.
Tsambalieros is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program at the University of Guelph, the Ivey Executive Program at the University of Western Ontario, and the Queen's Strategic Leadership Program. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Law and Political Science from Carleton University