The Prosperium Team
The PGSC team was built with one thing in mind - contributing to the economic and social development of regions generating value and working responsibly with the environment to ensure the highest quality possible.
Our team brings a very diverse skill set across multiple business functions and sectors, with a proven track record. We have a passion for sustainability and bringing technology to local communities to benefit in the highest of quality products.
Chief Executive Officer
Tony is a seasoned executive who has held senior positions in the natural resource (Shell), banking (BNS) and waste management (Torxx Group) sectors. He is also an accomplished entrepreneur, having co-founded both Canada's largest independent mortgage brokerage (Northwood) and the most successful internet mortgage software company (Basis 100), with the longest active SaaS application (Filogix Expert - mortgage adjudication/submission). Tony was responsible for mergers and acquisitions for BAS , and sat on its Board of Directors until its successful listing on the TSX in October 1999.
Since his exit from BAS in 1999, Tony has been an angel investor in the fin-tech, eco-tech and biotech sectors, most recently serving as Chairman and CEO of both Teloregen Inc., an advanced biotechnology company currently testing telomere extension and Duchennes MD applications; and of EcoAxis Global Inc, a sustainable waste management company.
As a technology innovator, Tony is again leading the way by bringing this breakthrough sustainable materials technology to market.
Chief Financial & Operating Officer
David Costantini is the Chief Financial & Operating Officer of Prosperium Global Solutions, where he is responsible for the company’s financial and operational strategies and finance organization. Reporting to Prosperium Global Solutions CEO, David is a member of the executive leadership team, responsible for shaping and directing the implementation of all aspects of the company’s business strategies.
David is a highly regarded and seasoned executive bringing to the company expertise in financial functions combined with operational management and strategic experience. Prior to joining Prosperium Global Solutions, David has held the roles of Chief Financial Officer, Director of Operations and other executive leadership roles in the telecommunication and security space.
David holds a B.Sc from Ohio Valley University and an MBA from St. Bonaventure University.
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
As VP Sales and Marketing, Stephen has corporate responsibility for the formulation and execution of the strategic plan.
Stephen has over 30 years of leadership and sales experience ranging from the automotive sector to global construction enterprises. Stephen managed all sales strategies along with building teams across multiple continents. Stephen has extensive experience in dealing with multinational corporations. One to highlight would be winning the contract to the Atlantis Paradise Island hotel in the Bahamas.
Stephen holds a business degree from Ryerson University.
Founder and Visionary, DEMGEN
Gary's Team has over 15 years of experience and will work closely with PGSC's executive management, assigning experienced and talented professionals to execute efficiently, cost-effectively and expertly on key Prosperium back-office functions.
Tony Humble, CEO of PGSC, has worked closely with Gary and his team for almost 10 years and has seen DEMGEN blossom into a powerful, effective, seamless workforce, whose team members provide professional 24X7 support and backup.
Wayne Roberts is a Canadian food policy analyst and writer, widely respected for his role as the manager of the [Toronto Food Policy Council], a citizen body of 30 food activists and experts that is widely recognized for its innovative approach to food security, from 2000-2010.
As a leading member of the City of Toronto’s Environmental Task Force, he helped develop a number of official plans for the city, including the Environmental Plan and Food Charter, adopted by Toronto City Council in 2000 and 2001 respectively.
Since 2010, Wayne has consulted with North America and European city leaders striving to develop more local and sustainable food systems. He serves on the boards of Farm to Cafeteria Canada and of the UNESCO chair at Wilfrid Laurier University. Wayne writes and speaks frequently on food policy matters.