Meet Our Team
Pacific Ergonomics strives to develop professional relationships based on integrity and friendly, knowledgeable service. Pacific Ergonomics is a resource you can depend on to provide comfort to your employees in the workplace.
Jean Bakes is CEO of Pacific Ergonomics. Jean holds a BS degree in Economics/Accounting.
She is a Certified Public Accountant with extensive experience in public accounting, business consulting and audits of internal business practices.
Jean oversees all facets of the day-to-day operations at Pacific Ergonomics.
Susan Doherty is lead Ergonomist and Operations Manager at Pacific Ergonomics.
Susan has CEAS and AOEAS ergonomic certifications with over 16 years of experience in the field of ergonomics.
Her background also includes experience in health and wellness program development and facilities management.
Susan conducts training seminars, performs group assessments and comprehensive one-on-one ergonomic evaluations.
Susan also oversees the purchasing and customer service departments.
Senior Account Manager
Senior Account Manager
Dan Floyd is Senior Account Manager at Pacific Ergonomics.
Dan has extensive knowledge in the proper application of ergonomic products and solutions.
He is also responsible for new product research. Dan is integrally involved with custom furniture and workstation design and solutions.
Dan came to Pacific Ergonomics from a prominent local Biotech firm.
Dawn Jones is an Account Manager and Level III CEAS ergonomic specialist with 20 years of management experience.
Dawn is responsible for providing a positive customer service experience and optimizing her client’s ergonomic resources.
In addition, she provides customer quotes, proposals and performs order processing.
Dawn also assists operations in streamlining company-wide efficiencies and processes.
In her spare time, Dawn enjoys volunteering at the San Diego Zoo.
Raymond DeSimone is a CEAS certified ergonomics professional and Technician Supervisor at Pacific Ergonomics.
Ray consults with our customers on the modifications required for specific workspaces and the appropriate use of ergonomic products.
Prior to joining Pacific Ergonomics, Ray earned the title of Journeyman Carpenter from the New England Carpenter’s Training Fund.