ZomTalks – Reflections on the Life of a Humanitarian Worker

Date: Thursday, March 21, 2019
From: 8:00 pm
Location: Apo Ashjian Youth Center, Beirut, Lebanon
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ZomTalks is a series of lectures that feature individuals of diverse backgrounds and disciplines who share insight and knowledge from their area of expertise with our community. ZomTalks aims to discuss ideas that inform, inspire and empower.

An architect by education, Roupen Alexandrian joined UN at the early stage of his career. He worked in 7 countries and has been involved in very complex humanitarian operations in countries such as Myanmar, Syria, Iraq, Yemen or Chad. He also worked for four years as management consultant in London, NYC and Singapore. Passionate about stone carving and Armenian ornaments, Roupen and his friends created momigdesgin. During this talk, he will reflect on the life of a humanitarian aid worker.

The talk is in English, and is open to everyone.

Join us on Thursday March 21, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. in Zavarian Student Association’s Apo Ashjian Center, Bourj Hammoud.

Note: views discussed during the talk may not necessarily reflect that of Zavarian Student Association.

Zavarian Student Association of ARF was founded in 1904 in Beirut, Lebanon. Simon Zavarian along with eight Armenian scholars established a student association in the American University of Beirut.

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