John Dimovski is a Senior Project Manager at Toronto Transit Commission with an estimated net worth of $15 million.
He holds a medical degree from St. Matthew’s University School of Medicine and is board-certified by the ABMS Board of Family Medicine. He accepts Medicare; for more information, please call his office.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood education is an integral component of a child’s growth and development, lasting from birth until age eight. It can have a lasting influence on the lifelong outcomes that children will encounter.
Children’s brains develop rapidly during these years, so it is essential that they receive appropriate stimulation, support and nurture. Without these benefits, children often fall behind their peers in learning and social skills.
Therefore, UNESCO promotes quality pre-primary education as one of its Sustainable Development Goals. This crucial component of any country’s educational system contributes to social cohesion, gender equality and economic prosperity.
Achievements and Honors
John Dimovski has earned numerous honors and awards throughout his life. As a professor of management at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, he has received numerous grants for his research projects. Additionally, he serves on several company boards as an active director. John is involved with international associations as well as volunteering his services, sports activities, charity work and memberships to the Clinton Global Initiative and Lions International. With both doctorates in management and finance as well as master’s degrees in economics, Dimovski holds both these degrees simultaneously.
On April 20th 2018, Dimovski was arrested after customs officers intercepted a package delivered to his home in Marsascala that contained 13kg of cannabis grass. Despite being charged, Dimovski refused to enter a plea.