The accomplishments of the Super Six are too many to list, but here are some highlights: --Ed Cholakian of Granada Hills has served on the Board of International Guiding Eyes for 12 years, helping to bring guide dogs to the blind.
What does IGE stand for?
IGE stands for International Guiding Eyes
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- Institute of Gas Engineers
- Institute of Global Education (consultant to the United Nations Economic and Social Council)
- Instituto Galego de Estatística (Spanish: Statistics Institute of Galicia)
- Instituto Geográfico do Exército (Portugal)
- Interactive Gaming Environment (Seventh Kingdom)
- Intercontinental Glass Exchange
- Interdisciplinary General Education
- Intergenerational Equity (climate change)
- Intergovernmental Group of Experts
- International Gold Exploration (now IGE Resources; Sweden)
- Internet Gaming Entertainment, Ltd
- Interoperability for GIScience (education)
- Istanbul Gold Exchange (est. 1995; Turkey)
- Indirizzo Giuridico Economico Aziendale
- International Global Ethics Association (Belgium)
- Interagency Government Executive Board
- Interagency GPS Executive Board
- Institute of Genetics and Experimental Biology of Plants (Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan)
- Inspeção-Geral da Educação e Ciência (Portuguese: Inspection-General of Education and Science)
- Institute for Global Electronic Commerce (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
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Cholakian's accomplishments include serving on the board of International Guiding Eyes for 12 years to help the blind with guide dogs; serving on City Councilman Hal Bernson's Citizens Advisory Council; and founding the LAPD Foothill Advisory Booster Association where he served as its president for five years.
Among Cholakian's accomplishments: Served on the board of International Guiding Eyes for 12 years to help the blind with guide dogs; served on City Councilman Hal Bernson's Citizens Advisory Council, chairing police, fire and public safety; and he founded the LAPD Foothill Advisory Booster Association and served as its president for five years.