Jacques Tocatlian (1929-2019)
Jacques Tocatlian worked at UNESCO for twenty years in programs for international co-operation and assistance to the developing world in the fields of library, scientific and technical information, documentation and archives services. In his last years at Unesco before retiring he was responsible for the project of the Revival of the Ancient Library of Alexandria. Jacques has two passions: writing and oil painting. He has held several painting exhibitions and won the Julien Miallon medal in 1998. His first novel, Around the World in Eighty Missions, is not an autobiography, but rather the product of an interaction between imagination, experience, fiction, reminiscence and fantasy, tempered by a sprinkling of light humor.
Jenna Tocatlian is a junior at The University of Colorado Boulder studying Strategic Communications with an emphasis on Public Relations. Jenna is spending the spring semester of her junior year at The University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. When she is in Boulder she is a dedicated student as well as an active member of her community. She has held numerous leadership positions in Boulder, including when she served on Gamma Phi Beta’s executive board as Membership Vice President. Jenna is eager to gain experience in her field, explore the world and is looking forward to wherever her path may take her next, professionally and personally.
Paul Tocatlian is a software engineering executive, Certified ScrumMaster® and Certified Scrum Product Owner® with a successful track record of delivering innovative and scalable Web and mobile B2C and B2B technology solutions in the cloud. Based in Silicon Valley, Paul has start-up environment and scale-up experience, building and leading high-performance distributed teams from 10 to 100 in size with an emphasis on agile transformation and organizational effectiveness. During his twenty-year career, Paul has held numerous management and technical positions at startups and industry giants including AT&T Bell Labs, BEA Systems, Minerva Networks, and Global Knowledge.Paul holds a M.S.E. in Computer and Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in Computer Science from the American University in Paris. He has also completed his TESOL/TESL/TEFL certification.
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“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” Frederick Douglass.
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