Ara Chackerian is a San Francisco-based businessman. He has started new companies, been an angel investor, and is heavily into philanthropy. His company is called ASC Capital Holdings, LLC, and he is the managing partner. His focus is on creating and investing in startup healthcare firms. Among his businesses is TMS Health Solutions for which he has a place on their board of directors. This company helps people with treatment resistant depression receive help through transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Ara has now been involved in the healthcare field for over two decades. Among the companies he has helped build from the ground up are Mint Medical Education, Pipeline RX, and the aforementioned TMS Health Solutions. He is also invested in Limonapa, SA which is a business in Nicaragua that has a sustainable Teak plantation. Among the nonprofits he has helped over the years are Nor Luyce, JUMA Ventures, and CREA Nicaragua. He is a 2001 graduate of the College of Business at Florida State University. Check out norluyce.com to know more.
Talk therapy and medication have long been the hallmarks of psychiatric care. Along with his longtime business partner, Ara Chackerian wanted to add a third pillar for those people who are not helped by these two forms of treatment. They also had 10 years of experience in running out-patient diagnostic radiology centers which they could draw upon to make this a success. TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation)is not widely known and the vast majority of people in the country don’t have access to it. Ara Chackerian and his business partner wanted to change this by introducing TMS Health Solutions which now has offices in seven locations in the Bay Area.
One of Ara Chackerian’s basic tenets is that ideas are a result of life experiences. Ara says that by engaging in life with a fully conscious awareness you will have great ideas come to you. He says that this way of thinking was introduced to him by his parents when he was growing up. They encouraged him to fully experience life and thinking hard about his experiences so that he could fully learn from them. Visit interview.net