Avedis Boyamian to Speak at Trinity Men’s Union Dinner and Meeting on April 13


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Trinity Men’s Union of Holy Trinity Armenian Church will be addressed by Avedis (Avo) Boyamian, an expert in Middle Eastern affairs, at its dinner/meeting on Monday, April 13, and invites the Greater Boston area community to attend.
Boyamian has 45 years of leadership positions with multi-billion dollar corporations, and a successful track record in international affairs and international business. By practice and experience, he is thoroughly familiar with Middle Eastern and European markets, business methods, operations and strategies.
Boyamian retired a year ago after working at Textron Systems Corporation for 15 years as vice president for International Business Development. Before joining Textron, he had worked for Litton Industries for 15 years as its director for International Business Development. He had previously served as the Middle East regional manager for Hoechst and Pfizer Corporation.
On August 2, 1990, when the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait began, Boyamian was in Kuwait City at the invitation of the Kuwaiti government. He was caught by the Iraqi military and became an unwilling “human shield” in Iraq.
Boyamian is a graduate of the American University of Beirut, with a degree in pharmacy and chemistry. He went on to study at the School of Law at the University of Damascus.
Social hour begins at 6:15 p.m.; dinner at 7 p.m. Donation for the losh kebab and kheyma dinner is $14 per person. RSVP by April 12 by emailing tmuhtaac@gmail.com.

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