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Verginie K. Touloumian serves as the ANCA-WR Director of Community Outreach. In this role, she oversees the planning and implementation of outreach strategies, develops community partnerships, and engages the community in ongoing Armenian-American issues and initiatives. She oversees the ANCA-WR’s HyeVotes, and the Internship Programs.

Previously, Touloumian was the Executive Director of the International Office of the Armenian Relief Society, Inc. She managed the activities of all ARS entities in 27 countries around the globe, oversaw strategic and marketing operations, and implemented philanthropic projects and programs focusing on education, health, and orphan sponsorship. She was also one of the organization’s main representatives at the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

Touloumian obtained her B.A. in Business Management from Woodbury University, where she graduated class valedictorian. She went on to pursue a Certificate in Human Resources Management from Loyola Marymount University and a MS in Management and Leadership from Pepperdine University. During her time at Pepperdine, she was selected to participate in a study-abroad program at the University of Oxford and was assigned to provide management consultations to the Los Angeles Mission’s Anne Douglas Center for Women. Based on her academic achievement, she has been awarded many scholarships and inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society (Pepperdine) and Delta Mu Delta Honor Society (Woodbury).

Touloumian is an active member of the Armenian Community in Los Angeles and has participated in many internship programs and national and international conferences.