Sarkis Yeretsian

President

Dr. Sarkis Yeretsian was born in Aleppo, Syria. After completing his MD degree from St. Joseph medical faculty in Beirut, Lebanon, he pursued a specialization in general surgery at Sherbrooke University, P.Q. Canada. In 1994, Dr. Yeretsian contributed the opening of the first advanced laparoscopic center in Armenia at the Malatia Medical Center in Yerevan. After actively taking part in the successful fundraising activities of the Armenian Medical Quebec Association for this purpose, he travelled to Armenia with a dedicated team to ensure the delivery of surgical equipments. There, he also performed the first colectomy by laparoscopy in the Caucasus after the collapse of the USSR. A professional dedicated to innovation in the field of surgery, Dr. Yeretsian has been actively pursuing the development of new surgical techniques and instruments in different surgical specialties. He has notably patented a technique of surgical removal of hemorrhoids in the U.S. and applied for patenting many more innovative methods.

Sevak Demirdjian

Vice-President

Mr. Sevak  Demirdjian,  is  the  Vice-president of  Operations  and  Project  Management  for  Canada’s  foremost consulting  firm  on  Roads  &  Bridges  and  Infrastructure  business  units.  He  has  over  15  years  of  experience  in transportation  engineering,  design  and  construction  of  bridges,  commercial  and  industrial building projects throughout Canada and overseas. Mr. Demirdjian holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, and a Master’s degree in  Structural Engineering from McGill University. Since 2000, he has worked as a Lead Technical Design expert in  bridges and building projects and has published several technical papers.  Throughout the years, he has lead large  multi-disciplined engineering teams. Strategizing, driving individual & team performances are a  few of his key  strengths contributing to his performance. As an expatriate in the Middle Eastern regions, he has built engineering teams and managed their efficiency on international projects and missions. He is a member of several Engineering  professional associations, promoting and contributing innovative engineering technologies to structural and civil  engineering domains.

Souren Hadjian

Secretary

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Joseph H. Takhmizdjian

Director of Finances and Legal Affairs

Joseph Takhmizdjian is a partner in the Montréal law firm of Borden Ladner Gervais, where he handles tax-related matters. Before joining BLG, he worked as a chartered accountant and auditor for businesses operating in various sectors, including the public sector. He provides tax advice to clients, their accountants or other professionals on the various tax implications of transactions in which they are involved or planning to undertake. He also handles issues dealing with commodity taxes and represents clients in tax disputes with tax authorities.

He is also chosen to be an executive member of the Wills, Estates and Trusts committee of the Canadian Bar Association.

Prior to his law studies at Université de Montréal, he obtained both a Bachelor in Biochemistry and Chartered Accounting at McGill University.

Arminée Assadourian

Advisor

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Stella Daniélian

Advisor

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Yetvart Paylan

Advisor

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