AIWA-SF Mission: Promote and enrich the social, economic and personal advancement of Armenian women worldwide through educational and community activities that promote gender equity, opportunity and emphasize our Armenian cultural heritage.

Our Goals:

  1. To establish contacts with women’s organizations, both Armenian and non-Armenian, in the United States, in Armenia, and around the world.
  2. To provide a forum for dialogue and discussion on issues of interest to Armenian women in the fields of education, social welfare, culture, and business.
  3. To gather information about the changing role of women in the world, to monitor the activities of Armenian women, and to establish an Armenian women’s archive.
  4. To increase the visibility of Armenian women and to promote their equal role in the community.
  5. To develop a liaison with world news agencies to provide accurate information in the media on Armenia and Armenians.
  6. To sponsor programs and issue publications to further these purposes.


We invite you to help us in our efforts. All donations can be sent to:

AIWA-SF | 15559 Union Ave. Suite #227 Los Gatos, CA 95032


AIWA-SF | 15559 Union Ave. Suite #227 Los Gatos, CA 95032

Email: aiwasanfrancisco@gmail.com

Christine Soussa-Saghatelian

Vice President
Sophia Moradian

Laura Dirtadian

Membership Chair
Rachel Nersesian

Board of Director Members:

Nellie Azizian

Gaiane Khachatrian

Suzanna Khatchatrian

Anna Massis

Armine Matentsian

Ani Tajirian

Viktoria Ter-Nikoghosyan

Lusine Yeghiazaryan

Lilit Yenokyan


For membership information please email us at aiwasanfrancisco@gmail.com

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