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    • 10/05/2023
    • (UTC+04:00)
    • 10/07/2023
    • (UTC+04:00)
    • 3 sessions
    • Yerevan, Armenia



    Date: October 5-7, 2023 

    Welcome Reception: October 4, 2023

    Gala Dinner: October 7, 2023

    Location: Yerevan, Armenia 

    Over three full days, meet and engage with inspiring female leaders from around the world, Uniting for Change in key field areas, including Women's Health and Advocacy, Gaining Grounds in Technology, and Influencing Change in Business, Government, and Media. This conference is an all-in-one resource for your personal growth where you'll listen in to inspiring talks, meet experts and mentors through networking opportunities, participate in skill-building activities and workshops and walk away with a support network of Armenian women spanning the globe. 

    A welcome reception on Wednesday, October 4th at Tufenkian Hotel from 6 PM-7:30 PM and a gala dinner on Saturday, October 7th at Marriott starting at 6:30 PM are included in the conference package.

    In addition, there are two add-on excursions: Armas Winery Tour on October 4th and a Day in Gyumri on October 8th.


    Please contact with any questions or concerns.

    • 10/07/2023
    • 12:00 PM
    • Zoom Webinar



    Date: Saturday October 7, 2023 | 12:00PM ET

    Location: Zoom Webinar 

    Free Admissions


    This topic is now more important than ever as our community faces yet another tragedy. Let's all become aware of what it is, the symptoms and how it shows up in our communities and focus on how we can work to heal as a community moving forward. We'll share tools and tips for healing and coping and open up for questions.



    Seta Haig was born in Lebanon, lived in Saudi Arabia and Cyprus, and moved to the US to attend university where she decided to pursue a career in mental health. She is a Licensed Marriage and family therapist who has been working at Didi Hirsch MHS for the past 11 years as clinician, lead clinical supervisor, Program Coordinator for the Armunity Program and currently Assistant Program Director. She is passionate about decreasing stigma about mental health and addiction in the Armenian community. She has seen how effective integrated care can be in addressing the whole person and is a great advocate of integrated mental health treatment. She also has a private practice in Glendale.


    Talin Khechoomian is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, who earned her MSW from Columbia University School of Social Work and an undergraduate degree in Psychology from UCLA. Khechoomian was born in Sweden, where she spent a significant portion of her childhood and then moved to Los Angeles with her family. After seven years of working as a School Social Worker with children and families in both New York and Los Angeles, Khechoomian made the transition to working in private practice online. This change was made to become more involved in Armenia. After the War in 2020, Khechoomian moved to Armenia to join the mental health efforts with soldiers, their families and others affected by the War. She has also spent a large amount of time training local therapists and psychology students on topics such as grief, trauma, suicide prevention and assessment etc.



    Lindsey Hagopian has been an active member of the Armenian community for many years and most recently serves as Chairwoman of the AIWA New England Chapter. She has spent 15 years in the advertising industry as a media strategist working on brands that include MasterCard, Dunkin', BlueCross Blue Shield, among others. She recently founded Purusha Wellness, a therapeutic yoga practice that takes a trauma informed approach to help women move past roadblocks in their careers and lives using breathwork, movement and meditation. 

    • 10/18/2023
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom



    Date: Wednesday October 18 | 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 

    Location: Zoom Webinar

    Registration Fee: Members - $10

                                    Non-Members - $15


    Are you aspiring to build a thriving career as an artist or a musician?

    Meet Dr. Nuné Melik, a distinguished violinist and a rising star on the global stage to learn how she pushed the boundaries of music.


    Dr. Nuné Melik

    “A violinist who has proven the theory of self-actualization” (The Strings Magazine)!

    Dr. Nuné Melik is an emerging artist on the international stage who believes that music has no limitations. 

    The only Armenian female violinist to have a Carnegie Hall’s Stern debut with a symphony orchestra.

    Nune is equally comfortable playing with Jimmy Buffett and for wounded soldiers in hospitals. Born in Siberia to a family of medical PhDs, at the age of 19, she immigrated by herself to Canada. In 2009, she became the youngest person to be accepted to a Master’s Degree at the University of Montreal. She performed at the United Nations Headquarters, Lincoln Center, and Walt Disney Hall, to name a few.

    Nune is a winner of more than 18 awards. A North American Representative of the Arno Babadjanian Foundation, she defended the first comprehensive dissertation about the composer at McGill University. and graduated from there with a Doctorate Degree in 2019. 

    Following her passion for research, Nune will be publishing the first biography about Babadjanian in English.

    Dr. Nune Melik lives in the Upper East Side, in New York City. She speaks 6 languages, and enjoys a busy life as a performing artist and educator.

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