Chief Executive Officer
Dan Pompilii currently holds an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Windsor, a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Western and holds his Chartered Accounts designation. He did his articling with PWC before leaving for industry. READ MORE >
Dan Pompilii currently holds an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Windsor, a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Western and holds his Chartered Accounts designation. He did his articling with PWC before leaving for industry.
Dan has held multiple positions and titles over his 18 years in industry working with consumer-based businesses. His career has been focused on strategy development, planning and analysis, internal controls, financial reporting and IT-related initiatives. Dan was the lead on multiple mergers and management buyouts during his career.
Previously Dan held the title of Vice President of Finance at Conference Cup (formerly a subdivision of the TDL Group). He was the lead on automation due to a change in unionized salaries, which lead to the decrease of staff of 20 percent and increase in productivity of 35 percent. Dan also worked with the new ownership group to implement SAP on the facility. Dan later went to Herbal Magic as the companies Chief Financial Officer. The company had just been purchased by a private equity group at the time and within 3 years were able to take the company from a $6 million to $20 million in EBITDA. Also during his time at Herbal Magic, they grew their franchise locations from 220 to 360. He was also the lead from the Company side on two sale transactions.
Dan’s previous position before joining Windley Ely was as Chief Financial Officer of Movati Athletic (formally known as The Athletic Club). Dan helped grow this fitness business from 7 locations and 7 million in EBITDA to 12 facilities and $19 million in EBITDA. He was also in charge of the Human Resource functions which employed 1,500 employees. During his last two years at Movati Athletic he was the lead for the management buyout. Dan was able to negotiate 3 separate financing deals which allowed the company to expand. Securing construction financing for their 80,000 square feet facilities allowed for the build of 5 facilities during his tenure there.