WATERTOWN — Tsoleen Sarian brings her enthusiasm and vision to Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives in her new role as associate director.
“We’re enthusiastic about Tsoleen Sarian joining Project SAVE Archives,” said Ruth Thomasian, founder and CEO of the photo archives organization. “Tsoleen brings a wealth of knowledge and community experience that can only make us stronger.”
In her capacity as associate director, Sarian is working closely with Thomasian on administration, public relations and development as well as archival processes and procedures. She plays a key role in Project SAVE’s 40th anniversary celebration to be held November 21, at the Scottish Rite Museum and Library (formerly known as the National Heritage Museum in Lexington) serving with a committee formed to make this a marquee celebration event.
“Our 40th anniversary is a moment we can all embrace,” added Thomasian. “And Tsoleen is a vital part of this milestone.”
Sarian joined Peter Koutoujian’s campaign staff during his initial run for state representative in 2002, and through his years as Middlesex County sheriff worked behind the scenes promoting Koutoujian’s place inside the Armenian community.