Erika “Bunni” Gleason, Manager
Erika has over ten years of optical experience. She excels in customer satisfaction-no problem is too large for her to handle. Erika loves L.A. Eyeworks because they come in fun, sparkly colors. Outside of InnerVision, Erika loves spending time with her son and dog in Rittenhouse Square.
Dr. Georgietta Gdovin OD.
Dr. Georgietta Gdovin has recently joined the InnerVision staff, bringing her clinical expertise as a diagnostician, attention to detail in refracting, and charismatic personality.
Stefany Mazor, Optician
Stefany has been in optical for over five years and has been with InnerVision since 2007. Stefany specializes in adjustments and repairs, frame styling and coordinating InnerVision’s charities, providing eyewear for underprivileged youth. Stefany’s favorite eyewear line is SALT because of its easy wear and edgy, but practical design. On her spare time, she enjoys Latin dancing, singing and spending time with friends. Fun Fact: Stefany got through two rounds of American Idol auditions.
Rob Grover, Lab Manager
In the optical industry since 1991, Rob has worked for national chains as well as independent optical companies. He has run lens fabrication labs, managed sales teams and even owned his own store. Rob’s specialties are ophthalmic science, lens fabrication, custom rimless drilling and high-level adjustments/repairs. Rob’s favorite line is ic!Berlin because of its mechanical design, durability and edgy style. On Rob’s spare time he enjoys surfing, martial arts, and gourmet cooking. Fun Fact: For one summer, Rob was a pool-side massage therapist and private bartender.
Erica “Little Foot” Dyen, Optician
New to the optical industry in the past couple of years, Little Foot brings her edgy flare to InnerVision. Her specialties include frame styling, working with vision insurances and making sure everyone gets their glasses on time! Little foot’s favorite eyewear line is the Geek brand because she “luv luv’s” anything hipster. Fun Fact: Erica’s mother, a teacher, had the owner of InnerVision, Cliff, removed from typing class in 10th grade.