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I have had quite the international life! Born in London, I spent my childhood years in Iran, then moved to the United States, and finally to Canada where I graduated from McGill University. I moved to Armenia in 2002 to serve as a volunteer with the Armenian Volunteer Corps and never returned to my home in the US. What was meant to be a one year volunteer service evolved into a life changing experience.
Today, I serve as the Director of Admissions at the American University of Armenia where I manage the strategy and operations for undergraduate and graduate admissions, national and global outreach, and international student services. What I love most about my job? Interacting with future applicants and their families and witnessing their passion for learning and education. When I’m not working, I love playing tennis, working out, and spending time with my amazing family.