For Immediate Release
WBE Canada Board of Directors is pleased to announce that George J Ehrgott, Strategic Sourcing and Supplier Diversity Manager, Communications Test Design Inc (CTDI) will join the Board as the newest member effective April 1, 2020.
CTDI has been a WBE Canada Corporate Member since 2016. Founded in 1975, CTDI is a full-service, global engineering, repair and logistics company providing best-cost solutions to the communications and advanced electronics industry. Their customers include the major wireline and wireless telecom carriers, cable service providers, and major OEMs from around the world.
In 1995, as Supplier Diversity Coordinator, George was responsible for the development and activities of CTDI’s Supplier Diversity Program. As Supplier Diversity Manager, his primary responsibility is within corporate sourcing to ensure the efficiency of the Supply Chain between customer and supplier.
As an active contributor, speaker, sponsor and partner of WBE Canada events, George is also involved with and the recipient of many accolades and awards from several diversity councils in the USA including the NMSDC, EMSDC, WBEC-East, WBENC, and the tech:SCALE Industry Group.
“CTDI commits time, energy, and resources working directly with women, minority, and veteran-owned businesses within Canada and the US. We recognize the importance of the inclusion of diverse businesses within our Supply Chain as these businesses are growth engines for the communities in which they are based and drive increased employment,” said George Ehrgott
“I am excited to welcome George Ehrgott to the WBE Canada Board. His experience and expertise in supplier diversity, boards and committees will contribute positively to the future direction of WBE Canada.” said Dora Silva-Bolanos, Chair of the Board, WBE Canada
WBE Canada Board Members are instrumental in charting the strategic direction of WBE Canada.
About WBE Canada
WBE Canada is a Canadian non-profit organization that is opening doors for women-owned businesses to supply chains across North America. It certifies Canadian firms that are at least 51% owned, managed and controlled by women and introduces them to opportunities with corporations. To learn more about how we support women-owned businesses, click here. If you are a mid-size or large company looking to support women-owned businesses through procurement opportunities, we want to hear from you. Click here to learn more how you can get involved.