LAS VEGAS, May 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Mr. Richard Gilbertson reports:
IGEN has established offices in the US (212-518-6099), Canada (778-786-2922) and Honduras, Central America (630-299-0066). IGEN's email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Our website www.igen-networks.com is being constructed to reflect our growth internationally and will be operational within several days.
IGEN is also pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to the Advisory Board, who will assist the Board of Directors for IGEN Networks Corp.
Carlos Eduardo Arzu
Carlos, a native of Guatemala, Central America, holds a PhD, Sociology and Political Science from Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Madrid, Spain and both an MBA and B.S. Industrial Engineering from Universidad Rafael Landivar, Guatemala City, Guatemala. He spent 8 years in the U.S. Navy; enlisting as an Aviation Electronics Technician, achieving the rank of Lieutenant, J.G., serving as an Avionics Officer. Upon his return to Guatemala, Carlos held several senior governmental positions, including Consultant to the Ministry of Finance and Sub-Director of the Science, Technology and Natural Resources Division. He spent three years as the First Secretariat General of the Central American Parliament. Carlos worked in private industry as General Manager, Guatemala Communications Network, and General Manager, Moore Business Forms and Systems. He was also Professor of Sociology and Latin American Politics at Universidad Rafael Landivar. Carlos taught courses in the Colleges of Engineering (Industrial, Mechanical, and Civil), Economy (Business Administration and Marketing). Carlos will be responsible for assisting the IGEN Board in evaluating its Central America build out of new systems and related projects.
Philip L. Gardner
Philip will work advising IGEN on the international market for our systems and will be instrumental in assisting the Board in making sound intelligent decisions on expanding our presence globally. Currently he is president, CEO and Director of Advanced Applied Physics Solutions, Inc. UBC (Triumf) Vancouver, Canada. Mr. Gardner's career in Canada has included providing economic and financial advice to cabinet committees of governments and oil industry leaders. Recently, as senior commercialization executive at TRIUMF, Canada's National laboratory for research into sub-atomic physics, Mr. Gardner oversaw an increase in commercial revenues by twenty times their value, which resulted in the institution receiving several national awards for its commercial achievements. Mr. Gardner has held memberships and executive positions in a number of national and international professional organizations and is currently on the Board of Directors of several companies. He has published over fifty papers, several of which have been selected by international editors to be chapters in their published books.
Stephan M.M. Fijneman
Stephan, a native of Holland, holds a Master of Security in Information Technology from Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands. He will oversee our Honduran operations and office. Stephan has a firm background in electronic engineering, industrial hardware and software development, advanced test & measurement systems, computer systems and information security. He developed embedded systems for the semi-conductor industry (IBM, Siemens and their suppliers), designed analog/digital systems and developed software. He is also an expert in EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) and conducted and supervised CE (Conformité Européenne) certification for customer equipment and installations. He worked for I.P.D. in Germany, HAS (now Corus) and at Volker Stevin Rail & Traffic in Holland.
Since 1998, Stephan has specialized in office automation. He gained thorough knowledge of Windows, HPUX and Solaris systems, while working in a variety of positions in security compliancy and intrusion testing. Stephan worked for the KIWA Institute, Fortis Bank, Clockwork (Internet), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, ASZ/PinkRoccade (social security) and Swift (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication). He speaks Dutch, English, German and Spanish.
On behalf of the Board of Directors IGEN Networks Corp. "Monty Ormsby" President
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