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Audrey Shaverdian Honored by Glendale Chapter of NCL

Audrey Shaverdian is one of 11 young women honored by the Glendale Chapter of National Charity League Inc. at the 72nd annual Senior Presentation Ball at the Castaway in Burbank Saturday night.
The Senior Presentation Ball is a tradition for the chapter, highlighting and thanking the Class of 2023 for their 2,049 hours of community service. The young women, or Ticktockers as they are known, began their NCL journey in 7th grade, working with their mothers, called Patronesses, to support the chapter’s philanthropic partners.
Over the years, the class volunteered at American Red Cross, Arroyos and Foothills, Ascencia, Door of Hope, La Cañada Tournament of Roses, Operation Gratitude, Twelve Oaks Senior Living, Union Station, USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, YWCA of Glendale, the Chapter’s annual rummage sale and more.
Shaverdian’s favorite NCL philanthropic activity has been providing child care at Door of Hope, and she has enjoyed the personal connections made with many families over the years.
Shaverdian has held many Ticktocker positions, including VP of Philanthropy, VP of programs, and is now president of her senior class.
Shaverdian attends Crescenta Valley High School where she is a member of the National Honor Society and the California Scholarship Federation.
This year, Shaverdian completed her final year of the Women Founders Network Junior Judge Program, where she acted as a venture capitalist and learned to assess startup companies.
In the fall, Shaverdian plans to attend a four-year university and major in business or legal studies. She hopes to go to law school in the future.
She is the daughter of Josefina Teroganesyan and Valod Shaverdian.

First published in the March 18 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

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