Florida Armenians Co-Founder & Managing Editor
Arsine Kaloustian is a Co-Founder and Managing Editor of Florida Armenians (FLArmenians.com). Kaloustian is also the Florida Chairperson of the Armenian Assembly of America. Since 2014, Arsine Kaloustian has served as Chair of the Armenian Genocide Commemoration, Inc. (AGC). AGC was formed by South Florida Armenian American community leaders to prepare and plan for an all inclusive program of Armenian Genocide centennial commemorations in order to properly honor the 1.5 million Armenians who perished in the 1915 Armenian Genocide during World War I.
Ms. Kaloustian is a descendant of Armenian Genocide survivors and has been an active member of the Armenian American community in South Florida since the early age of 5. She was a member of the first Armenian Church Youth Organization of America (ACYOA) organization at St. David Armenian Church, a church her family helped found in 1988.
Ms. Kaloustian has been a successful professional in the field of public relations and event planning for several South Florida charities since 2006. She has written articles and press releases, which have been published by both local and national news outlets, as well as an internationally accredited member of the press at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. Ms. Kaloustian currently handles all marketing, public relations, and event planning for Florida Armenians.
She received her Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Production from the University of Florida and received a Master of Arts in Public Relations from New York University.
Arsine Kaloustian resides in West Palm Beach, FL. You can follow her on Twitter @Arsine_Dauphin.