Naira Kerobyan has several professional specialties, of which three are linked to one another in their origins: Armenian Apostolic Church religious pedagogy, social work and psychology. In the field of social work Mrs. Kerobyan has 11 years of working experience.
In her beginning years she worked as a social worker, and later managed social work service providers in several daycare centers. In 2009, she had the opportunity as a skilled social work professional to travel to the United States to participate in a one-year personnel training through USAID’s Community Connections project.
From 2012 to present she has worked at the Armenian American Missionary Company’s Yerevan branch called “Shogh”, as the coordinator of the children’s community daycare center. It should be noted that the daycare center offers charitable social, educational and psychological support and skills training services to children from families in difficult situations.