Rob leads Stealth’s global strategy, finance, technology, talent management, and operations. Under his leadership, the company has grown to become the industry leader in remote monitoring services. Rob has been profiled in numerous publications such as Forbes, Bloomberg, BNN, Reuters, The Globe and Mail, Canadian Security, and Profit.
Prior to Stealth, Rob worked in strategy and business management at Morgan Stanley in New York. There he led a team of professionals in a successful turnaround effort in the Global Wealth Management Division, with a specific focus on market planning, compensation, client experience, talent management, cost-cutting, and real-estate. Prior to Morgan Stanley, he worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company in Toronto, where he served Canadian and international clients in financial services, retail, payments, and technology.
Rob has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and is currently Stanford GSB’s Toronto Chapter President. He also received an Honors Business Administration (HBA) from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, where he was an Ivey Scholar. He also was the recipient of Canada’s Top 40 under 40 award for 2019.
Erik manages Stealth’s sales, marketing, business development, partnerships and acquisitions. Prior to joining the company, Erik gained professional business experience in private equity, investment banking, and start-ups.
Throughout his career, Erik has worked on over $30 billion of executed transactions, ranging in size from under a million dollars to several billion. He was previously in the acquisitions group at Regent Properties, a real estate private equity firm in Los Angeles. Prior to Regent, he was an investment banker in the Leveraged Finance Group at Barclays Capital in New York.
Before moving to New York, Erik co-led the Business Development department of Ink Media, a new media development company he co-founded. While there, he was responsible for attaining over 50 advertising clients and growing the online membership base by leveraging a team of over 100 volunteers whom he recruited and managed.
Erik graduated with Distinction from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, where he received his Honours Business Administration (HBA). In 2014 Erik was the co-recipient of the Ivey Emerging Leaders Award for Entrepreneurship and in 2018 was the recipient of the Class of 2006 Ivey Entrepreneurship Ambassador Award. He also sits on the Entrepreneurship Council for the Ivey School of Business.
Erik has advised for and invested in several start-ups and is an active community volunteer. In 2013 he co-founded CAMH Engage, a group of professionals focused on strategy and fundraising initiatives in support of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation. He is also a member of YPO (Young President’s Organization) and has lectured at business schools in Canada and the United States. Erik was born in London, England and grew up in Western Canada where he was an ice hockey and lacrosse player.
Prior to joining Stealth, Jim had an extensive career at senior executive levels in Wireless and Wireline communications. This includes companies like Bell Atlantic, Verizon, Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile Austria, Siemens Enterprise Communications and Reliance Jio Infocom. Jim has also consulted for companies like Tikona Digital Networks and Blue Stream Communications.
While Jim is US based, he has lived and worked in several countries including Ireland, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, and India. Jim currently serves on the Board of Directors for LifeTalk, which is a nonprofit Pregnancy Resource Center. Jim holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Rutgers University and an associate’s degree in Electronic Engineering Technology from Buck County Community College.
David and his team guide Stealth’s product and technology portfolio to differentiate our services through market innovation.
Prior to joining Stealth, David was the Global Vice President of Enterprise Technology at Scotiabank, a large global bank. His team’s accountabilities included providing proactive and next-generation enterprise solutions that enhanced corporate effectiveness and employee experience through innovative technologies.
Before Scotiabank, David held several technology leadership roles, including as the Global Head of Enterprise Architecture at AstraZeneca. As the Information Technology Executive, he was accountable for pulling together the enterprise architecture and corporate capability model across all global businesses and technology domains. Additionally, David has held leadership positions at boutique consulting firms, as well as with Dell and General Electric.
David is a member of the board of directors for the CIO Association of Canada and an advisory board member for Blockchain. He is the founder of IASA Canada, a national chapter of the world’s largest professional body-certifying IT and Enterprise Architects, and executive advisory board member for the Enterprise Mobility Network and CAMSS Canada.
Rob manages Stealth’s financial activities. Since joining in 2011, Rob has been responsible for managing the company’s banking relationship, overseeing the annual budget process and financial reporting to investors.
Prior to joining the company, Rob worked at Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP in Toronto where he worked in their Technology & Media client audit practice. Prior to that, Rob worked at CityWide Software in London, ON where he was responsible for new business development in Central & Western Canada.
Rob has his Chartered Accountant designation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. He attended the University of Western Ontario where he received his BA in Management & Organizational Studies. He grew up in Toronto, Ontario and enjoys soccer, golf, squash & water skiing.
David helped build Stealth scale from the very beginning. He has played many roles and was previously responsible for day-to-day operations. David has consistently kept the customer perspective in mind and thus is now formally responsible for “the voice of the customer.” He has helped it grow into North America’s leader in live remote video surveillance, servicing large real estate companies and anyone with properties worth protecting. David takes point for assisting large customer accounts, ensuring complete solutions and strong customer experiences and takes an active role in the well being of customers.
Prior to Stealth Monitoring, David spent five years at AmerisourceBergen, a Fortune 25 healthcare distribution company, where he built large data systems for the C-suite. He followed that with five years of business intelligence consulting for Hitachi, helping to manage areas of their National Performance Management team.
David took MBA classes at Harvard when he was 17. He received a BS in Finance from Indiana University and has a master certificate from SMU in Business Intelligence.
David has been asked to speak at many security-related or customer-focused industry events. For more than a decade, he has spoken at college campuses on how to get ahead, by sharing advice about the top 10 things he wished someone had told him when he was in business school.
Colin manages the company’s technology architecture. Since joining in 2015, Colin has been responsible for reducing Capex, implementing UCIT’s ERP system, and developing a scalable technology strategy through the consolidation of different platforms.
Prior to joining the company, Colin owned and operated Zeecure Inc., a product consulting firm specializing in video surveillance products and was a partner at Sonitrol of South Central Ontario where he oversaw technology and operations.
Colin studied at the University of Toronto. He is a sought-after industry expert, a member of the UL Standards Technical Panel 2802, and a regular contributor to multiple trade publications. Colin grew up in South Africa and enjoys fishing, golf, and spending time with his family.
Norm formed Stealth Monitoring in 2006 as a business that installs, services and monitors security cameras for commercial properties. Along with his sons, David and Rick, he developed proven processes and proprietary applications focusing on live surveillance and monitoring in real time.
Norm is a seasoned entrepreneur who has used common-sense business practices, along with world-class integrity and service, to grow a vision into several scalable, profitable businesses. Among his successes are Vision Equity, a Dallas-based equity firm; Ascendant Solutions, a service provider of telemarketing and fulfilment logistics services for e-commerce and direct marketing companies, including $500 million of Sears outsourced catalog business, which he took public in 1999; and Athletic Supply of Dallas, which grew to become the largest licensed direct marketing sports company in the U.S. and had the exclusive licenses for the NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB Catalogs. Sports Illustrated published an article naming Norm Charney as one of the innovators of the licensed sports industry.
Norm earned a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University in Montreal, a Chartered Accounting Degree from the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and qualified as a Texas CPA in 1979.
In 2003, Sidney founded UCIT Online as an innovative idea that has since developed into the largest and most experienced security video monitoring company in Canada. With over a decade of experience in the security/surveillance industry, he began his career working for Vidair AG, a German aerospace company specializing in onboard video surveillance systems. While working at Vidair, Sidney successfully launched the North American Sales and Marketing operations in Toronto, Canada (1999) as well as the Sales and Technical Support Centre in San Antonio, Texas (2001).
Sidney attended Bishop’s University in Lennoxville, Quebec where he received a BA in Criminology. He is originally from Basel, Switzerland and grew up in Toronto, Ontario.
Rick has been responsible for growing revenue and profit since 2008 when the company employed 15 loyal members. Over the last decade, Rick has helped Stealth grow to over 450 employees. Understanding business fundamentals while focused on sales, marketing, and customer service has helped Rick remain a top producer. Rick has continued to build long-term relationships internally and externally, while educating the commercial real estate marketplace about the latest security technologies.
As a licensed Texas real estate broker, Rick received formal training from 2005-2008 at Marcus & Millichap, one of the leading investment sales companies in the country. Rick completed economics classes at Harvard University in 2001. He graduated with a double major in Finance-Real Estate and Legal Studies from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in 2006. Minoring in telecommunications and participating in college athletics (hockey) for two seasons has motivated Rick to also find a part-time job as a statistician for the National Hockey League.
Rick epitomizes the “work hard, play hard” motto and constantly performs in his career while balancing his top priorities; specifically, his wife and twin boys.
Hugh plays a leading role in new business development and sales. Hugh has been instrumental in the company’s recent expansion, during which time the work force has grown exponentially. In addition, under his leadership, UCIT was recognized in both 2010 and 2011 as the 19th fastest growing company in Canada by Profit 100 magazine.
Hugh’s current position comes after 21 years of experience in law enforcement with the Toronto Police Service. Throughout his policing career, he managed several teams of officers in different departments focused on crime reduction, best business practices and risk management.
Hugh graduated from the Ontario Police College in the top quarter of his class and earned multiple awards and certifications during his time in the law enforcement field. In 2005, he was awarded the Minister of Justice National Youth Justice Policing Award for Canada by the Department of Justice in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, for his role in developing a community-based, youth-focused restorative justice program.
Jason leads the charge on the development of future monitoring technologies at Stealth. He is a proven software architect who brings with him 15 years of experience delivering transformative solutions that enable top-line revenue growth and bottom-line profitability.
Prior to joining Stealth, Jason was VP of Product Development for Interface Security Systems where he and his team developed software and hardware solutions for the company’s customer-facing products and internal systems. He has also worked at Westec Intelligent Surveillance as their Director of Product Development, leading a team of developers in Texas and Mumbai.
Jason has a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from the University of Oklahoma and is a certified Professional Scrum Master.
Before joining Stealth, Steve was the VP, Field Operations & Efficiency at Stanley Security, where since 2001, he managed various divisions and regions. He quickly earned a reputation for his ability to build strong teams, improve service delivery and efficiency. Prior to Stanley, Steve managed operations in Vancouver and Toronto for companies such as Intercon Security and Citiloc Systems.
Throughout his 30-year career in the security industry, Steve has successfully led teams through new department start-ups, business transformations, acquisition integrations and organic growth. When not at work, Steve spends his time on home improvement projects, exploring the country on his motorcycle and watching hockey.
Prior to joining Stealth, Mike had an extensive career in Operations, Program/Project Management, IT Application Development, and Process Improvement. His Security Industry experience includes leading National Account Program Management Teams supporting the Top Tier Customers for all aspects of support. He built and led a Business Transformation Team providing new System and Process implementations resulting in significant margin improvement. When not at work, Mike spends his time building wood furniture and DIY home improvement projects.
As VP of Marketing, Blake is responsible for planning, leading and implementing Stealth’s global marketing strategy, branding, lead generation initiatives, sales operations, as well as all internal and external communications.
Prior to joining Stealth, Blake was the Director of Marketing for Telx where he played an instrumental role in organizational growth and lead generation. During his time at Telx, Blake was able to revamp Telx’s entire brand, content marketing and digital marketing strategy, resulting in a significant increase in web traffic and lead generation, which impacted total sales year over year. Telx was eventually acquired by Digital Realty, where Blake maintained his role and led the integration between both businesses from a marketing standpoint. Repeating the process he deployed at Telx, he was able to significantly impact web traffic and lead generation at Digital Realty as well.
Blake also served as the Associate Vice President of Marketing and Operations at vPromos, a cloud-based provider of card-linked loyalty and mobile engagement solutions. As one of the company’s first employees, he wore many hats and played a key role in operations, marketing, digital marketing, product and website development, and account management.
He received a bachelor’s degrees in marketing and corporate finance from the University of Mississippi and a Master of Business Administration from San Diego State University.
As Vice President of Sales and Business Development, Chris is responsible for leading Stealth’s field sales organization and business development.
Chris joined the company in 2012 and has played a critical role in recruiting, training, leading, and developing the sales organization. Chris has also led the development and optimization of the combined company’s sales processes, tools, CRM, and pricing strategy. Prior to joining Stealth, Chris was a VP of Sales for a large service business. Chris has also held several senior sales roles in companies like Canon and Tyco Healthcare.
Chris has a BBA in Business Administration from Brock University. He grew up just north of Toronto and enjoys the outdoors, golf & downhill skiing.
As Vice President of Sales for the Mobile Business, Kirk is responsible for Stealth’s field sales organization and the business development strategy for the Construction and related industries. Kirk is recognized for helping technology focused organizations reshape their go-to-market strategies and profitably grow by leveraging advancements in IOT and M2M, while helping his customers change how they manage their businesses.
Prior to joining Stealth Monitoring, Kirk held numerous roles in Fortune 500 and privately held companies alike. He brings to Stealth more than 12 years of Sales and Marketing Leadership, including roles of Vice President of Sales for Lindsay Corporation, National Sales Manager for Rain Bird Corporation and Construction Sales Manager for Schneider Electric. Kirk has twice envisioned and led the development of business intelligence tools resulting in improved customer acquisition rates, market share growth and market expansion / development processes.
Kirk earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. When not at work, Kirk is an avid DIY’er who enjoys off-road motorsports and almost anything involving tools or building.
As VP of Business Development, Mark works with the marketing, sales, operations and technology departments to create best-in-class materials, strategies and opportunities to streamline processes and grow the business.
Mark has twenty years of senior leadership experience, successfully executing business development and commercial strategy for start-ups and business expansions in Europe and North America. He is adept at building and developing global organizations in culturally complex, emerging markets through business/project planning and strategic negotiation.
Prior to joining Stealth, Mark was the Senior VP of Business Development for Netwatch Systems, US, an event based remote video monitoring company. In his role, he developed and oversaw a five-year strategy, opened new vertical markets and grew the US sales 30-35% year on year. He also held the position of CEO at Safetic Technology in Ireland and the UK and supported the launch of Safetic in the US, overseeing a staff of 200 and growing the customer base to more than 10,000. Additionally, Mark led and managed UN-supported projects in organizations in numerous countries in Africa and Eastern Europe.
Mark received his Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology from the University of Oregon and earned a Master’s in International Education Policy from Harvard University.
Mark has dual American and Italian nationality, lived in France, Ireland, as well as three countries in Africa. In his spare time, he enjoys playing tennis, skiing, hiking and spending time with his wife and three daughters.
Karolina joined Stealth Monitoring in the role of Director of Human Resources where she oversees a team of Human Resources professionals and Trainers in Canada, the US and the Philippines. Since joining in 2016 Karolina has seen the company grow from 180 employees to over 500. In her capacity as HR Director, Karolina is responsible for aligning the HR function with corporate strategy, recruitment and onboarding, standardization of policies and procedures, employee engagement, company culture, as well as training and development.
Karolina has almost 20 years of experience in Human Resources and has worked as a HR Professional in several industries, including manufacturing, service and IT. Throughout her career, she managed HR departments in fast-growing organizations across Canada and the US with an employee base of up to 700.
Karolina holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from McMaster University, where she graduated with honours. After graduating, Karolina received her Certification in Human Resources Management from Humber College and has also obtained her CHRL designation.