Member of the National Assembly
Ani Samsonyan graduated from the Department of Journalism of the Faculty of Culture of the Khachatur Abovyan Armenian State Pedagogical University. She continued her education in the International Relations Department of the International Scientific-Educational Center of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) of Armenia.
Samsonyan is a founding member of the “Bright Armenia” initiative, then the “Bright Armenia” party, press secretary of the party. On December 9, 2018 she was elected as aMember of the National Assembly from the national electoral list of the “Bright Armenia” party.
Deputy Minister of Justice
Kristinne Grigoryan has three degrees professionally combining Arabic Studies and Law. She has received a diploma in the French language in the field of diplomacy and international relations and is fluent in English, Russian, French, German and Arabic. Kristinne started her career in the National Assembly of Armenia and during her ten years there, she has worked in various positions starting from the Specialist at the Department for Analysis and Improvement of Legislation of the Staff to Assistant to President of the National Assembly for legal affairs;
Member of Parliament
Shake Isayan graduated from the Faculty of Radio Engineering and Communication Systems of the Armenian State Engineering University. Later, she received her MS degree at ASEU with the qualification in radio communications, radio broadcasting and television.
She started her career in the political sphere in 2012, being involved in promoting the activities of the “Prosperous Armenia” party and managing information flows, monitoring the social media of the “Multi Group” concern. Later, she became Member of the National Assembly, Member of the Standing Committee on European Integration of the National Assembly and Member of the “Tsarukyan” faction.
On December 9, 2018 Shake was elected as a Member of the National Assembly from the national electoral list of the “Prosperous Armenia” party.
Member of Parliament
Sona Ghazaryan studied in Yerevan State Linguistic University, in the faculty of Linguistics and Intercultural Communication. Afterwards, she continued her education in Poland getting her Master’s degree in European Studies. Before starting her political career Sona worked as an assistant to an expert of media mission of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) / Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), participated in the monitoring of the parliamentary elections.
Starting from September, 2018 to January, 2019 she was a member of Yerevan Council of Elders ("My Step" alliance of parties). On December 9, 2018 -she was elected as a Member of the National Assembly from the national electoral list of the “My Step” alliance of parties.