ANCA Desk: Reaching Out to Your Local ANC Chapter

The ANCA is the foremost Armenian-American advocacy group promoting issues important to our community. We work with politicians, human rights groups, ethnic organizations, and many others to advance the concerns you have at every level of government and through every possible network or channel we have.

I wrote last week about engaging your local communities and offered a few suggestions on how to do so, namely via town hall meetings, public forums, and hosting lectures. I’ll offer more recommendations in the coming weeks, but I want to give you the first tool you need to become an ANC activist: contact information for your local chapter.  You are an invaluable asset to the ANCA and Armenian cause. It doesn’t matter what you do—real estate, investment banking, professor, accountant—there is no requirement that says you need to have a political science background to join the ANCA. Nothing that says you should be scholarly or a good writer. What we need are fresh talent, fresh faces, and a fresh perspective.

Why not join us today? After all, the ANCA is only as good as the people we’re representing. And that’s you.

Below is a list of current Eastern Region chapters. E-mail to find out how you can become the newest ANCA activist today.


ANCA Eastern Region chapters:

ANC of Albany

ANC of Arkansas

ANC of Central Massachusetts

ANC of Connecticut

ANC of Eastern Massachusetts

ANC of Florida

ANC of Georgia

ANC of Greater Washington

ANC of Illinois

ANC of Merrimack Valley

ANC of Michigan

ANC of Missouri

ANC of New Jersey

ANC of New York

ANC of Ohio

ANC of Pennsylvania

ANC of Rhode Island

ANC of Southern Illinois

ANC of Tennessee

ANC of Wisconsin

Michelle Hagopian

Michelle Hagopian

Michelle Hagopian is the chairwoman of AYF-YOARF Central Executive. She has served as the executive director of the Armenian National Committee of America, Eastern Region.

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