Jacques Tocatlian

Jacques Tocatlian was a family man, friend, diplomat, builder, painter, writer, and wannabe cook. Let us remember him for who he was, how he lived his life, touched each and every one of us, and made this world a happier and more beautiful place.

Every orphan has their own story. It is a story that often begins in suffering and despair. However, it is also a story of resurgence and hope. Today, I would like to share with you the story of Vu Nguyen Hong Ngoc.

Gilets Jaunes | Rue Saint Honore

I walked along the Gilets Jaunes on Saturday as they were swarming the streets of Paris to protest for the 10th weekend in a row.

To all of our friends, colleagues, and family, we ask that you consider supporting the Center for Innocent Children. Your donation will make a big impact in the lives of these deserving children.

The Center for Innocent Children needs your help. Consider donating to support Sister Maria. It should only take a minute and will make a world of difference for these deserving children.

The Friendly Skies

Let us remember everything that made 2017 a standout year. Since pictures are worth a thousand words, I’ve assembled a photo mosaic that tries to capture the more meaningful events of the year.

The holidays are right around the corner, so now is a perfect time to show the technology lover in your life how much they mean to you!

The Streets of Saigon on Motorbike

See what it’s like to ride through the streets of Saigon from the backseat of a motorbike. What an exhilerating experience!

Global Knowledge launched a new digital learning platform with 100 IT and business skills courses that is the result of extensive research, customer feedback and input from countless colleagues throughout our organization.

Watch the waves crashing from a spectacular viewpoint just like a passing bird may have witnessed while a shark lurks along the coast.