In 2018 I moved to Raleigh, North Carolina. Before I lived in Yerevan, Armenia.
For seven years, I worked for the British Council Armenia as a Communications Officer and then for a year as a Communications Assistant at the World Bank Armenia.
Prior to that time, I worked as a reporter for Armenian television networks and newspapers, covering political and social news. One of the highlights was covering the presidential election in Armenia in 2008.
In 2011, I was the Public Relations Manager of the 20th Anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Armenia Events. Prior to that, I managed public relations activities for One Nation One Culture and High Fest Festivals and for 15th Anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Armenia Events.
I received an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Yerevan State Pedagogical University and a Masters of Arts degree from the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs. Afterwards, I received a professional diploma from the Communications Advertising and Marketing (CAM) Education Foundation in Digital Marketing, a one-year program.
This is my personal blog and I write (in Armenian and English) about the stories which touch me and do not leave indifferent.
Hope you will enjoy visiting the blog.