WASHINGTON — Last week, the Armenian-American Action Committee (ARAMAC), the grassroots arm of the Armenian Assembly of America, which supports community activism and anti-defamation announced the appointment of Sevan Angacian as the new ARAMAC state chair for Connecticut.
Angacian graduated from Georgetown University with a bachelor’s degree in international politics in the School of Foreign Service, in 2008. While living in Washington, DC, she worked with the Assembly in many capacities. She served as a liaison between ARAMAC-DC and the Armenian student population in the nation’s capital, interned in the Assembly office, helped grow the Congressional Armenian Caucus on Capitol Hill and represented the Assembly at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
“I look forward to serving the Armenian community in Connecticut in this new capacity and continuing my activism on the issues we are each so passionate about,” stated Angacian.
Since moving to Connecticut, she has received her master’s degree in educational psychology from the University of Connecticut. She continues her studies there, working towards her PhD in school psychology.
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