Ara Chackerian Has Made A Great Name For Himself As An Entrepreneur And Philanthropist

Ara Chackerian has made a great name for himself as an entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is a businessman based out of San Francisco, California who has made strides in several different industries. Ara tends to focus on community related issues. He has also done a great deal of work in healthcare. Chackerian has decades of experience in helping bridge the gap between technology and healthcare services. Ara sits on the board of several different organizations in the Bay area that are focused on bringing a resolution to various problems in the community. He continues to do a great deal of work in healthcare and he is also passionate about youth development and environmental issues. You can visit his about.me page.

 

 

Ara Chackerian has an environmental project that involves a sustainable teak farm in Nicaragua. Limonapa is designed to be a productive use agriculture while enhancing overall community operations. Chackerian feels great about the fact that his farm is providing hundreds of job opportunities in the Nicaragua area. You can visit business.com for more.

 

 

Ara Chackerian continues to do great work in the medical field. He has partnered with another business person in order to build outpatient diagnostic radiology centers. His organization has opened several of these facilities throughout Northern California. Chackerian then began to look into the outpatient psychiatry area. He came across a device that was being used to treat depression called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, otherwise known as TMS. Ara believes that TMS would be a critical addition to psychiatric care, which would go along with medication and talk therapy. The treatments have been successful in treating depressive disorders so far. Chackerian has gone on to find out why such methods have been so inaccessible to patients in need.

 

Ara Chackerian spoke with several doctors who informed him that the TMS treatment is hard to administer with the limited insurance policies that are available. Doctors also had issues with staffing there clinics with qualified technicians to operate the equipment needed to treat patients effectively. Chackerian has made it his priority to work with doctors in this capacity in order to bring effective treatment to the people who need it the most.

 

 

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Bruce Levenson Brings Philanthropy To As Many Students As Possible

In 2015, Bruce Levenson completed the sale of Atlanta Hawks NBA franchise to the billionaire technology executive Tony Ressler for a Forbes estimated $850 million; the success and major profit obtained by the founder of UCG by the sale Hawks sale is not the major subject Levenson wishes to be known for, instead he has been working towards creating a lasting legacy at the University of Maryland. Levenson remains a major figure in his home areas of Washington D.C. and in the state of Maryland where his “Do Good Institute” is located at the University of Maryland.

The “Do God Institute” was the brainchild of Bruce Levenson and wife Karen who have been working throughout the life of the school to raise the $75 million needed to establish the institute on the campus of the college. Among the impressive aspects of the establishment of the “Do Good Institute” has been the fast growth of the school that began offering a single course named “Philanthropy 101” that allowed students to provide $10,000 of funding to good causes of their choice; this initial success has continued with a major now offered in philanthropy and not for profit leadership. See, https://www.benzinga.com/news/17/03/9165680/university-of-marylands-non-profit-initiative-is-changing-higher-education.

Bruce Levenson is probably best known to those outside the business world as the former owner of the Atlanta Hawks where he played a major role in pushing forward the cause of philanthropy within the NBA. Among the causes Levenson backed during his time at the Hawks was the U.S. Holocaust Museum that Bruce not only provided funding for, but also included a trip to the site taken by Levenson and members of the playing and administrative staff of the franchise; once again Bruce Levenson realized the Hawks players could play an integral role in making sure people of all ages were reminded of the issue of the Holocaust and discrimination in all its forms.