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The Truth about DR. JULIAN OMIDI in Full Bio

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What Dr. Julian Omidi loves most about his business is the opportunity for meaningful connection with people. He has consistently found himself in the role of trainer, speaker, and salesperson for most of his life; through positions as varied as yoga instructor, luxury tour director, and Media entertainment coordinator, he has been able to build connections with people in 50 countries over seven continents.

In his time with Global Green Technologies, Dr. Julian Omidi has won the “Innovative Green Technology of the Year” award, the “Green Builders” award (an award to the person whose example is most inspiring to their peers) and served as COO and Vice President of Sales.

Insisting that he draws his energy from the energy people bring with them to his workshops, Dr. Julian Omidi is defined by his dynamism, his commitment to learning, and his devotion to helping people discover their capacity to become their best selves.

Dr. Julian Omidi was born and raised in West Chester Pennsylvania. He is the son of Tony and Elizabeth Omidi, and is the youngest of four brothers. After graduating from Villanova University, Julian moved to the quiet suburbs of Connecticut, where he resides with his wife and 2 children.

When Dr. Julian Omidi is not working on making the world a greener place, he like to spend his time practicing Yoga, hiking and taking his dogs Bello and Bria out for a run in the park.

Many of his hiking adventures also produce beautiful photographs. Although he is not a professional photographer by trade, his love and eye for beauty in nature, would fool anyone. Many of his photographs are turned into artwork for his Connecticut home.

Dr Julian Omidi plans on retiring from his position at Global Green technologies within the next 5 years. He hopes to continue his work on Green advancements and at the same time is looking forward to doing more things around the house. Julian is quite the handy man and tends to be the first person his family members go to if they need something fixed. Some would call him a jack of all trades.

Dr. Julian Omidi also likes to lend a helping hand to people in need. He has put a lot of his time into volunteering for the local YMCA, as well as donating to some of his local charities.

When Julian Omidi is not working or spending time with his family, you can usually find him at the local coffee shop reading a new book. After residing in Connecticut for the last 30 years, Julian Omidi doesn’t have any future plans of leaving the state that he has fallen in love with. His favorite part about Connecticut is the beautiful lush greenery and the change of seasons. All though palm trees all year round would be nice, Connecticut has the best of everything within a short distance.

Dr. Julian Omidi likes to share information about all things green. He has a PhD in Philosophy, and continues to use his education towards making the world a better place.

For More Info: http://www.julianomidi.com/

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Julian Omidi is co-founder of NMP with his brother Dr. Michael Omidi. Spreading charity across the globe for important issues is what Julian Omidi spend
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Julian Omidi - In the Life of Julian Omidi

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Julian Omidi grew up in Orange County, California. Dr Julian Omidi studied medicine at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine in Missouri.
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Dr Julian Omidi has been recognized by the Honorable Judy Chu, Ph.D, and the Honorable Brad Sherman, members of Congress, with a Certificate of Congressional Recognition and the Flag of the United States of America, respectively.
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The latest Tweets from Dr. Julian Omidi (@drjulian_omidi). #JulianOmidi is a #philanthropist and #advocate for numerous causes, and is the co-founder of the #charities #Animal Support and Civic Duty. Beverly Hills, CA
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The Best Career Choices for Animal Lovers - Dr Julian Omidi

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In today’s entry, Julian Omidi takes a look at career paths for people who want to help animals.

Have you ever thought of becoming a zoologist or veterinarian? Perhaps you’d rather be involved with animal training or marine biology. Whatever your particular animal-related field of interest, there is a career for you. Like any other avocation, the choices diverse and most require at least a college degree in a specific subject area. Here’s a quick rundown, from Study.com, of the most common career choices for those who truly love animals and want to spend their lives helping them:

Veterinarian: This is perhaps the best-known and most difficult career path for animal enthusiasts. It’s essentially a doctoral degree program where candidates spend as much money and time as they would in a traditional medical school. You’ll need a solid college transcript to get into vet school. Spots in most schools are limited and highly competitive, so it pays to plan ahead. If you want to become a vet, take as many science courses as possible in college, get part-time jobs at animal clinics or shelters and keep your grades up. The average veterinarian in the U.S. earns close to $100,000 annually as of 2014. (Yes, all that hard work is worth it!)

Animal care worker: This field is broad and the educational requirements for jobs depend largely on what you do. Growth is expected to continue and jobs are plentiful. Anyone with at least a high school diploma can enter as a staff member at a shelter or an assistant at a veterinary clinic. Many people work as animal groomers during high-school summer breaks.

Zoologist/biologist: You’ll need at least a college degree to enter this field, but the career choices are wide and well-paying. If you have good observation skills, hold a degree in biology (even marine biology), zoology or a related discipline, you’re good to go. There are also Ph.D. paths for zoologists and biologist which would allow you to teach at the college level. Pay is very good and those willing to travel to remote areas have the best opportunities for advancement.

Animal massage therapist: This is a relatively new field. Entry requires a high school diploma and massage therapy license in the U.S. Specialized courses in horse, dog and cat massage are a big plus. Some states are now beginning to certify equine (horse) and canine (dog) massage therapists. Many equine therapists work with race horses and top breeders around the world. You won’t get rich, but pay is better than average and you’ll also be able to sell your services to humans as a traditional masseuse/masseur.

Be good to each other, and consider a career in an animal-related field, Julian Omidi Julian Omidi, along with his brother Dr. Michael Omidi and mother Cindy Omidi, are advocates and co-founders of numerous non-profit organizations, including Civic Duty and many others.

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Dr. Julian Omidi - Co-Founder of No More Poverty

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Co-Founder of No More Poverty

Julian Omidi co-founded No More Poverty In 2012. Through No More Poverty, Julian Omidi has gotten involved with a variety of causes, providing them with support, so that they can continue to make a difference in today’s world. By the name No More Poverty, the mission is clear. The organization aims to support like-minded non for profits dedicated to alleviating the numerous facets of poverty that are a serious problem in today’s world, affecting billions! No More Poverty currently supports a growing number of charities and will continue to expand its efforts in order to have a greater impact!

Charities Supported by Julian Omidi

Julian Omidi firmly believes in his duty to help those less fortunate than him and is a driving force behind No More Poverty. He feels very strongly about each of the charities on this website, as well as the many other causes No More Poverty supports. It is incredibly unfortunate and sad that so many people around the world will be deprived of necessities, live without many of the things most people take for granted, and will lead their lives without the kinds of opportunities that many of us have had. These charities I support help curb a variety of problems in locations across the world. Drop in the Bucket provides water and proper sanitation for poor, east African villages. It creates sustainable wells which provide sources of clean drinkable water much closer to the population. The villages the charity supports also lack the proper infrastructure to deal with vast amounts of waste and excrement. Drop in the Bucket helps builds bathroom facilities for these villages. By helping provide these services, Drop in the Bucket reduces the risk of sanitation-related diseases killing locals, as well as providing them with a reliable source of water.

Julian Omidi Supports Children on the Run & Foundation for Second Chances through No More Poverty

Children of the Night address the often ignored problem of child prostitution. People find it hard to believe that child prostitution happens in our own nation, but statistics show it is an unacceptably enormous problem. It provides programs for the victimized children, working with them, to give them a way out of the unfathomable life of prostitution at such a young age.

The Foundation for Second Chances helps children who come from impoverished homes, gives them guidance and assistance so that they may fulfill their potential, without being hindered by the problems that poverty can cause for a young person.

Dandelion Wishes Receives Support from Julian Omidi through No More Poverty

Lastly, Dandelion Wishes is an organization that aims to help troubled and at-risk youths through art therapy. By allowing them to thrive creatively, to express themselves with proper guidance, the youths can really let out some of their own demons, confront them, and grow into better people as a result. This program really has a lasting impact on the youths it reaches. These organizations all provide powerful, lasting help for hundreds of thousands of people, in a variety of ways, and I am determined to get their names out there, to make sure they get even more support, and to find other, new organizations which are similarly powerful sources of change and help in this world. - Julian Omidi

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Dandelion Wishes Mission

Hope is one of the most powerful tools one can have when trying to stimulate social and economic change. However, in communities that are plagued with crime, poverty and despair, hope is one quality that is in desperately short supply. Even though programs that try to bring economic stimulation, health care and drug rehabilitation to impoverished communities are critically important, it is equally important to give people in depressed conditions an outlet for creative expression; to let them know that their individual perspectives have value and even beauty. Dandelion Wishes, an organization dedicated to giving people the means to channel their thoughts and feelings through art, seeks to help spiritually and emotionally uplift people who have suffered unimaginable trauma, and I am proud that No More Poverty has the opportunity to sponsor such a wonderful endeavor.

Lesley Glenn – Founder of Dandelion Wishes

Dandelion Wishes was born when its founder, Lesley Glenn, discovered the therapeutic benefits of painting and artistic expression while trying to cope with her own emotional upheaval. With her training and certification in Trauma Intervention, Organizational Leadership and the Zagon method of Art4Healing, she decided to use those skills to help bring a sense of accomplishment and purpose to people living in desperate conditions. The ability to commit thoughts, feelings and stories to a work surface regardless of language and cultural barriers allows the participants to create and work without restrictions, at a pace they find comfortable. Using art classes and workshops, Dandelion Wishes allows those who have a diminished sense of self worth to express not only their frustrations, but also their accomplishments and their desires. “My passion is being able to share my personal trials and triumphs with my means of healing through creative expression and art,” said Lesley Gunn, founder. “Helping others to find hope inside themselves is incredibly rewarding.”

Drop in the Bucket

Many people associate poverty in Africa with hunger and the difficulty for people there to find food. Oftentimes they don’t consider another major problem that exists in the poorer regions of the continent, the startling lack of clean water sources and properly functioning sanitation systems to deal with excrement. As a result, some villagers are forced to walk miles away in order to get water and then carry them all the way back. Without proper sanitation, excrement cannot be gotten rid of and it produces breeding grounds for dangerous diseases and viruses. I am proud to support Drop in the Bucket through No More Poverty. Drop in the Bucket uses its funds to dig wells in villages and set up better toilet facilities. The wells provide water and save the residents a lot of time and energy so that they can tend to their other needs. The facilities set up are Eco-Sanitation flush toilets that are cost-effective and are designed for optimal breakdown of sewage so that it isn’t harmful for the villages.

Foundation for Second Chances

My brother Michael Omidi and I consider ourselves fortunate to give back to the community through NMP. This is why we are so personally proud to offer Foundation for Second Chances our special brand of support. Foundation for Second Chances is a non-profit organization that offers educational and mentoring services to children living in Southern Los Angeles. The communities served by Second Chances are mostly low-income areas where resources are scarce and where solid opportunities for advancement are even scarcer. Children growing up in these areas often suffer as the result of being educated in poorly funded public schools, as well as from not having access to enough positive role models that they can emulate in order to succeed in life. Foundation for Second Chances, however, offers a beacon of hope and light to these young people by providing after school activities, mentoring, literacy programs and other forms of educational support. The group’s efforts align perfectly with our own personal Omidi brother mission, which is to end impoverishment through our organization, No More Poverty.

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The Truth about DR. JULIAN OMIDI in Full Bio

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What Dr. Julian Omidi loves most about his business is the opportunity for meaningful connection with people. He has consistently found himself in the role of trainer, speaker, and salesperson for most of his life; through positions as varied as yoga instructor, luxury tour director, and Media entertainment coordinator, he has been able to build connections with people in 50 countries over seven continents.

In his time with Global Green Technologies, Dr. Julian Omidi has won the “Innovative Green Technology of the Year” award, the “Green Builders” award (an award to the person whose example is most inspiring to their peers) and served as COO and Vice President of Sales.

Insisting that he draws his energy from the energy people bring with them to his workshops, Dr. Julian Omidi is defined by his dynamism, his commitment to learning, and his devotion to helping people discover their capacity to become their best selves.

Dr. Julian Omidi was born and raised in West Chester Pennsylvania. He is the son of Tony and Elizabeth Omidi, and is the youngest of four brothers. After graduating from Villanova University, Julian moved to the quiet suburbs of Connecticut, where he resides with his wife and 2 children.

When Dr. Julian Omidi is not working on making the world a greener place, he like to spend his time practicing Yoga, hiking and taking his dogs Bello and Bria out for a run in the park.

Many of his hiking adventures also produce beautiful photographs. Although he is not a professional photographer by trade, his love and eye for beauty in nature, would fool anyone. Many of his photographs are turned into artwork for his Connecticut home.

Dr Julian Omidi plans on retiring from his position at Global Green technologies within the next 5 years. He hopes to continue his work on Green advancements and at the same time is looking forward to doing more things around the house. Julian is quite the handy man and tends to be the first person his family members go to if they need something fixed. Some would call him a jack of all trades.

Dr. Julian Omidi also likes to lend a helping hand to people in need. He has put a lot of his time into volunteering for the local YMCA, as well as donating to some of his local charities.

When Julian Omidi is not working or spending time with his family, you can usually find him at the local coffee shop reading a new book. After residing in Connecticut for the last 30 years, Julian Omidi doesn’t have any future plans of leaving the state that he has fallen in love with. His favorite part about Connecticut is the beautiful lush greenery and the change of seasons. All though palm trees all year round would be nice, Connecticut has the best of everything within a short distance.

Dr. Julian Omidi likes to share information about all things green. He has a PhD in Philosophy, and continues to use his education towards making the world a better place.

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Do the Right Thing by Helping Injured Animals

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In today’s entry, Julian Omidi explains what to do if you find an injured animal.

Whether you live in an urban area or in a more rural setting, you should know what to do if you find an injured or incapacitated animal. Sometimes what appears to be a disabled critter is nothing more than a baby that has been left alone while its mother forages for food. Learn to size up situations like these, and you will be performing a valuable service for your furry, feathery and hairy friends.

Wild Things Sanctuary’s website features a detailed listing of what we humans need to know about abandoned animals. Here’s a summary of what experts suggest we do until professional help arrives:

• Do not hold or feed an injured animal, and try to keep it in a quiet, dark place. Even animals with minor injuries can die of shock, so take special care not to frighten the creature.

Be very careful, and make sure to wear gloves if you must have any contact with the animal. Bites can be painful and dangerous for humans who are unprepared for such an encounter.

Put a box over the animal until help arrives, and keep all pets away from injured creatures.

Contact a local shelter or animal welfare agency at once to find out what the next step is, and to make certain that you are securing the animal properly.

Keep in mind that baby rabbits, deer and other so-called “suburban wildlife” are often left alone during the daytime hours while their mothers hunt for food. Feeding times are typically at times when we humans are asleep, so don’t assume an animal is abandoned just because it is alone in a nest or secluded area.

With warmer weather approaching, let’s all make an effort to keep an eye out for abandoned and injured animals.

Be good to each other,

Dr Julian Omidi

Julian Omidi, along with his brother Dr. Michael Omidi and mother Cindy Omidi, are advocates and co-founders of numerous nonprofit organizations, including Civic Duty and many others. To read an account of the Omidi brothers rescuing an abandoned baby harbor seal, visit their charity AnimalSupport.org.

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