The Board

Natasha Denkovski

Natasha Denkovski

Natasha Denkovski was born and raised in Skopje, Macedonia. In 1996 she immigrated to Canada, where she pursued her education and career in Financial Services Industry.  

 She has been recognized for her philanthropic work of over 2 decades benefiting many charities, mostly of Macedonian heritage. She is also a Competitive Athlete with many international medals and an Exhibiting Artist. She has been regularly donating her artwork for various fundraising events and charities, while enjoying positive comments and popularity of many owners of her art.   

Natasha holds a Bachelor of Science (Agricultural Engineering) from Skopje (Macedonia) and an BA from Dalhousie University.

Kristina Dimitrievski

Kristina Dimitrievski

Kristina Dimitrievski is a first-generation Macedonian-Canadian born and raised in Toronto, currently living and working in Washington, D.C. 

Growing up in the Macedonian community in Toronto, Kristina has always been dedicated to giving back to the Motherland. Through volunteer roles at St. Clement of Ohrid Macedonian Orthodox Cathedral and on numerous Boards of nonprofit organizations benefitting Macedonia, Kristina has actively geared her focus to the youth. One of her passions has always been to help Macedonian youth all over the globe reach their highest potential and professional goals, whatever they may be, and assist them in tying their achievements back to Macedonia to help the Republic move forward.

Alexander Karapancev

Alexander Karapancev

Alexander Karapancev is a lawyer practicing in the Toronto. He has been involved in the Macedonian community throughout his life, and is excited to be part of Nova Generation.  Alexander comes to Nova Generation as one of the early Bitove Family Scholarship recipients when he was studying for his undergraduate degree at the University of Western Ontario. Accordingly, he recognizes the importance of philanthropy and encouraging our youth to pursue higher education.

Wouter Germans

Wouter Germans

Born in New York and having lived in New York, Birmingham AL, Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, London UK, and now Toronto since 2000, Wouter appreciates the international nature of the Macedonian Diaspora.  He is enthusiastic to contribute his 30 years finance experience to Nova Generation.

Being happily married to a Macedonian, Wouter appreciates both the broad and subtle of the culture; especially the food.  His first words in Macedonian were ‘Luti Piperki’.

I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back.

Maya Angelou

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