Ara Chackerian is no stranger to paving the way in business and healthcare innovations. He believes in the foundations of health starting in the community and the family and using these public health measures to increase the overall health of his patients before they’re seen. He delves into business practices that are environmentally friendly and brings sustainability and stability to employees in otherwise poorer communities.
Currently Ara Chackerian’s latest venture is a Teak farm in Nicaragua, which has been a booming growth in the economy of the people employed by the farm as well as safer because of the more environmentally friendly practices. He has been working as the Managing Director of ASC Capital Holdings, LLC as part of his ongoing two-decade dedication to the healthcare industry.
Ara’s main concern seems to be air quality and the health risks it brings, as his last post on medium.com was about the importance of reforestation and its importance in air filtration across the globe. With his sustainable teak farm and his investment into public health measures, it makes sense for the idea of air quality and healthcare to frequent his concerns.
Ara Chackerian has always found investment in the health of communities not only a profitable venture, but the right investment to make in the long term. Working to make people healthier through different philanthropic community improvements has provided a feedback of healthier workers and more growth from the employees and his businesses.
Besides sustainability through farming practices, Ara has made an effort to fund new psychiatric treatments with transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). He believes that with this new treatment that is non-invasive and involves no drugs can be more accessible and even more effective than other treatments on the market today. Ava Chackerian is using his philanthropy to tackle the multiple facets of healthcare improvement around the globe.