BURBANK, CA—The Armenian National Committee Professional Network (ANC-PN) will be hosting its next professionals panel series event on Wednesday, April 7th at Woodbury University. Organized with the support of the ANC Burbank and the Woodbury University Armenian Student Association, the event features young professionals who will discuss their experiences on the election campaign trail.
“It is important to provide this forum for young Armenian Americans, especially students, so they are aware of the exciting opportunities and jobs that are possible when getting involved in the election process,” notes Ayk Dikijian, one of the main organizers and the moderator of the evening’s event.
The upcoming panel will take place at Woodbury University’s Hensel Hall Conference Room. The event will start at 7:00pm. It is free and open to the public. The Woodbury University campus is located at 7500 Glenoaks Boulevard, Burbank, CA 91504.
Panelists include Areen Ibranossian, currently the Deputy Chief of Staff for Los Angeles City Council Member Paul Krekorian, Rostom Sarkissian, General Consultant with R Media, and Elen Asatryan, currently the Executive Director with the Armenian National Committee of Glendale.
In May 2009, the ANC-PN hosted a similar panel at Glendale Community College and has hosted other professionals panel events featuring other career opportunities in public service and public policy. In January 2009 it hosted a panel on community media at Woodbury University.
The Armenian National Committee-Western Region is the largest Armenian American grassroots community organization in the Western United States. Working in coordination with a network of offices, chapters, and supporters throughout the Western United States and affiliated organizations around the country, the ANC-WR works to promote understanding regarding issues of concern to the Armenian American community.