Ghassan M. Saab currently serves as CEO of Sorensen Gross Company, Michigan, specializing in industrial, commercial and institutional projects. He joined the company in 1966 as a field engineer advancing successively to General Manager, before becoming Owner and President in 1971. Under his leadership, Sorensen Gross and his other companies have managed over one billion dollars of construction work in Michigan, throughout the United States and overseas. Ghassan was born in Choueifat, Lebanon and graduated from the American University of Beirut with a degree in Civil Engineering. He is also a graduate of the National College of Choueifat in Lebanon. He is past Chairman and Board member of the American Druze Foundation, an organization started in 1989 focusing on preserving the Druze heritage in the United States. He is also a past Trustee and past Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Lebanese American University, a founding member of the Board of Teach For Lebanon – USA, and a Board member and member of the executive committee of the American Task Force on Lebanon. Ghassan leads his own charitable organization, the Ghassan and Manal Saab Foundation, through which he helped coordinate the delivery of over $60million in medical supplies to Lebanon following the tragic blast at the port of Beirut.