Born in Beirut, Lebanon, 8 February 1957. Lebanese national of Armenian origin. University education: Bachelor of Business Administration from Haigazian University in Beirut in 1981, and Master of Science in Agriculture Economics from American University of Beirut in 1984. Joined the Bible Society in Lebanon in 1981, and since 1993, the Executive Secretary of the Bible Society in the Gulf.
Active in community and church life. Member of the Armenian Evangelical Church in Lebanon (Congregational). Past treasurer of the Central Committee of the Union of the Armenian Evangelical Churches in the Near East. Past Member of the Board of Trustees of Haigazian University in Beirut, Lebanon. Past treasurer and presently Trustee of the Near East School of Theology in Beirut, Lebanon. Past treasurer of tuberculosis Christian hospital in Mount Lebanon. Chairman of Arabic Media Convention (an organization that brings together Christian Media and Publishing organizations that work in and for the Middle East). Treasurer; Central Committee to commemorate the Armenian Genocide in Lebanon.
Initiated and assisted in the re-formation and re-organization of the Armenian Evangelical church in Cyprus in 2001 after a “break” of 26 years.
Living in Nicosia, Cyprus as of August 2005. This is because the office of the Bible Society in the Gulf was moved from Beirut, Lebanon to Nicosia, Cyprus.
Traveled extensively in the Middle East, Europe (including East Europe and former Soviet Union countries), Asia, Australia, North and South America and South Africa. Active involvement in inter-church relations, also, in local and regional church and para-church conferences. Speaking/preaching assignments in various churches and communities while traveling.
Writing articles on socio/ ethnic- religious subjects in different Armenian newspapers in Lebanon and abroad.
Married to Arda and have two children. Son Vahe 13 years old, and daughter Alik, 11. Played basketball for more than fifteen years. Music and reading are some of the hobbies.
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