Specializes in: Profiles, matters-Armenian
Andrew Kevorkian has been in one phase or other of “communications” since he started working on his father’ newspaper at the age of 12. He has a degree in Journalism from Temple University (and is one of the founders of the Greater Philadelphia Professional Chapter of SPJ--and is a member of its Board).
Over the years he has been a journalist and editor on community and trade publications (as well as books), and is now a public-relations consultant and free-lance writer. He has taught and lectured on both journalism and public relations, on the university level, in both Philadelphia and London (where he lived and worked for 28 years).
His specialty is matters-Armenian, as well as world events that may or may not touch on Armenian subjects. These can be read on www.keghart.com and the link to his collected essays, there, can be found by searching “Avedis Kevorkian”--the name he uses on the Armenian-oriented site.
Last updated: 10/18/2016 ()