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Tech Leader Kicks Off Museum’s Speaker Series

The Armenian American Museum and Cultural Center of California held its inaugural Young Leaders Council Speaker Series event, featuring ServiceTitan President and co-founder Vahe Kuzoyan as keynote speaker. Young professionals and aspiring entrepreneurs joined together to gain insights from a tech industry leader at ServiceTitan’s headquarters in Glendale.

During the event, Kuzoyan discussed his journey from co-founding the software startup to scaling the industry-leading company to serve thousands of trade customers across the country. He provided advice on leadership, entrepreneurship and innovation, emphasizing the importance of strategic vision, resilience and community support.

“It was a privilege to partner with the Armenian American Museum and host young professionals at ServiceTitan,” Kuzoyan said. “The Young Leaders Council is playing a pivotal role in creating networking and educational opportunities for the young leaders in our community.”

The event concluded with a question-and-answer session moderated by ServiceTitan’s Alene Aroustamian, a longtime supporter of the museum project.

The Speaker Series event was organized by the Armenian American Museum Young Leaders Council. The council promotes the mission of the museum, connects young professionals throughout the community, and empowers the next generation of leaders. The Speaker Series events aim to promote networking and education opportunities by connecting members to accomplished professionals across a wide range of industries.

 “The ServiceTitan story and Vahe Kuzoyan’s journey are truly inspiring,” Young Leaders Council Chair Aleen Ohanian said. “We are grateful to ServiceTitan for hosting the kick-off event for the Young Leaders Council Speaker Series.”

The Armenian American Museum is an educational and cultural institution that is under construction on the museum campus at Glendale Central Park. The museum will offer a wide range of public programming through the permanent exhibition, temporary exhibitions, auditorium, learning center, demonstration kitchen, archives center and more.

Learn more about the museum project at ArmenianAmericanMuseum.org.

First published in the June 29 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

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