I am a graduate of the American University of Beirut and hold a Master Degree in Environmental Sciences. During my years of education at the American University of Beirut, I have participated in a ISO 14000 preparatory consulting project and worked on “Public Perception to Use Treated Wastewater in Lebanon” as a final thesis/ project. This study is the first of its kind in Lebanon to shed light on the perception of the community to use treated wastewater for various purposes within the Administrative Beirut Area. Apart from my experience, my environmental sciences degree from the American University of Beirut, has prepared me for conducting community research and analyzing consumer behavior. In addition, in 2015, I was assigned by AUB to participate in the AFED’s Sustainable Consumption Annual Conference, held in Beirut. Moreover, I was an active member in the Lebanese Armenian Heritage Club and participated in social events that were organized by the society.I am a highly motivated person with good analytical and communication skills. My 4 year experience as programs coordinator has prepared me for this client-oriented role. Moreover, I have a strong background in non-profit management, business writing and computer. I am fluent in English, Armenian and Arabic with basic knowledge of French and have good writing style. Last but not least, I take pride in my innate leadership potential. Just after graduating from high school, I was given the opportunity to participate in the two-weeks Summer Program entitled School of Young Leaders, organized by the Ministry of Diaspora at the republic of Armenia. When I was still in the university, I was the secretary of the AGBU Antranik Youth Association’s University Students Committee for 2 consecutive years. I was an active member at the AUB Lebanese Armenian Heritage Club and I representative of AGBU-AYA at the Armenian Central Committee of Lebanon (comprised of representatives from 3 political parties, AGBU, and 3 denominations).