ACA's Client Services Coordinator

The Association of Canadian Archivisits is delighted to welcome Denis Akoulov to the ACA staff as Client Services Coordinator, effective from August 6, 2013.  Denis comes to ACA from the Canadian Mathematical Society, and we are delighted to welcome him to our small staff team.  Over the next few weeks, Denis will work with Duncan to become familiar with the ACA's systems and processes. A brief bio follows, for your information. 

Denis Akoulov is a native of Belarus and has lived in Ottawa, Canada since 2009. Since then he has been Coordinator for Memberships and Publications at the Canadian Mathematical Society and responsible for support of Society's members and subscribers and delivery of its events and programs.

Denis received his B.A. with honors in International Law at the Belarus State University and worked as a legal advisor in the government (Belarus) and as a head advisor to President of the Economic Court of the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Having developed various competences at his previous jobs through coordinating memberships and publications of the Canadian Mathematical Society and Statistical Society of Canada, coauthoring research work on international humanitarian law and experience in Public sector, Denis Akoulov adds an essential professional value and friendly personality to ACA team, members and national and international partners.

Born in Germany, raised in Algeria, educated in Belarus, working and residing in Canada and having a bi-cultural background Denis has witnessed the increasing importance of expert preservation of government, cultural, and personal records for ongoing and historical needs of individuals and populations.

Besides being a highly organised and dedicated professional, Denis balances his life with hobbies in digital media, traveling, music, and above all, enjoying time with his wife Elena and daughter Alina Victoria.

Please welcome Denis to the ACA and archives community when you are next in contact with the ACA office.