Meet the management team


Ward Griffin, President and CEO
Ward Griffin, President and CEO
Ward Griffin has led Lowe-Martin since 1996. Ward was named Printing Leader of the Year at the Canadian Printing Awards gala in November, 2012 and is a former president of the Canadian Printing Industry Association. The Ottawa Chamber of Commerce selected Ward as CEO of the year in 2007 and Lowe-Martin as Company of the Year in 2003. Ward has been profiled by PrintAction magazine as one of the 50 Most Influential People in our industry and by Graphic Monthly magazine as one of the Key Players of the Next 25 Years in the Industry. He is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario with a B.A. in Financial and Economic Studies, and also has a B.Sc. degree with highest honors from Rochester Institute of Technology's Printing Management and Sciences Program.
Tony Scaringi, CFO
Tony Scaringi, CFO
Tony joined the company as Chief Financial Officer in 2017. Tony has a deep background in the printing industry with 24 years of experience spent mostly in senior financial roles. Fluent in five languages, Tony comes to LMG after serving over 5 years as President & General Manager Latin America at Quad/Graphics. Mr. Scaringi began his career in the printing industry in 1993 when he joined Quebecor Printing based in Montreal and held various positions in Auditing and Finance and then initiated his international career in Europe in 1996 and then to Latin America in 1997 based in Chile, Brazil, and Argentina where he previously served as CFO for Latin America from 2002 to 2011. He earned his Public Accounting degree from McGill University and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Concordia University in Montreal.
Marc Fortier, Senior Vice President – Operations
Marc Fortier, Senior Vice President – Operations
Marc's operational and marketing experience, over the last two decades, has focused on print production, database marketing and direct marketing. For the past fifteen years, Marc has worked on bridging the gap between traditional print and emerging digital technologies. His work as an innovator in the industry has landed him on the list of Canada's Top 50 most influential people in the Graphic Arts industry five times in the last six years.