AIWA-SF Thrive: Suzanna Khatchatrian

THRIVE is an AIWA-SF April project dedicated to highlighting Armenians who are doing amazing things in their personal and professional lives to better themselves and those around them. These individuals are inspiring, dynamic, innovative and interesting. Today, we feature Suzanna Khatchatrian.


Suzanna Khatchatrian is a Senior Manager of Product Security Foundations team at Slack. She is responsible for building a new branch in Product Security team and delivering secure by default libraries and services for Slack.

Prior to joining Slack, Suzanna worked for IBM for almost 20 years. She was in charge of Watson Data Platform Security and DevOps teams. Suzanna has also played a critical role in the design and development of various IBM Analytics software products. She has several invention disclosures in the areas of Business Intelligence and Data Management.

As one of the founding members of the Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) San Francisco affiliate, Suzanna currently serves on the AIWA SF board, where she is leading scholarship committee and internship programs.

Suzanna holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from University of Hawaii at Manoa and an M.S. degree in Software Engineering from Carnegie Mellon.

About AIWA-SF:
The Armenian International Women’s Association is a dynamic global 501(c)3 dedicated to empowerment, education and enrichment. Through many projects and initiatives, AIWA is dedicated to inspiring, empowering and connecting Armenian women worldwide.
AIWA-SF is an affiliate chapter of the Armenian International Women’s Association, the EIN #: 04-3113182. Donations marked for AIWA-SF are routed to the affiliate chapter.
To get involved with the AIWA-SF affiliate, please visit http://www.aiwasanfrancisco.com or send an email to aiwasanfrancisco@gmail.com. We are grateful for all donations. To help us promote progress, contributions can be mailed to: AIWA-SF 15559 Union Ave #227 Los Gatos CA 95032

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