Who We Are

AW consists of a group of Armenian-American citizens devoted to honoring martyred warriors and empowering disabled warriors co-incident to their service on or after the April 2016 Artsakh War. AW’s personnel, both in the United States and Armenia abide by strict legal and moral standards and will ensure that your donation is properly allocated to the AW mission.

Every dollar you donate to AW will be used to help disabled warriors and martyred warriors’ families build their dream. It is time to act today. It is time to act now. Our warriors served with honor and courage. They sacrificed their life and well-being for a brighter Armenia. It is time to do our part. Every cent counts. Every dollar counts. Stand up, let us rise to the occasion and stand strong with our warriors.

MEET OUR BOARD MEMBERS AND OFFICERS

OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION

Anahit is an alumna of the University of Southern California, holding an English literature degree. She went on to obtain her J.D. from Southwestern Law School and is an attorney in the state of California.

Artyem is an alumnus of the University of Southern California, graduated with Bachelor of Science degrees in Accounting and Finance. He became a Certified Public Accountant in February 2008 and has been practicing accounting for over 13 years.

Grigor was born and raised in Southern California. He holds a Psychology degree from CSUDH. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends.

BOARD MEMBERS

Armine is an alumna of the University of Southern California, both undergraduate and graduate schools. She is a dedicated mother of two. Armine has been a pharmacist for almost a decade.

Harutun was born and raised in sunny Southern California. He is an alumnus of the University of Southern California, both undergraduate and graduate schools. Harutun has been a pharmacist for over two years.

Grigor was born and raised in Southern California. He holds a Psychology degree from CSUDH. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends.

AW board members and officers are not receiving compensation for their time and services. Our warriors served with honor and courage—we want to rise to the occasion and serve them in return.