Born on February 17, 1978 in the village of Spandaryan (Shirak province.)
1999 - Graduated from the faculty of History of the Yerevan State University.
2001 - Master’s Degree of the YSU Faculty of History.
2003 - Graduated from Lund University (Sweden) with a Master's Degree. Master of Arts. Historian.
2004 - Master’s Degree of the YSU Chair of Ethnography. Ph.D. in history.
Since 2011 - Teaching in the History Department of Yerevan State University.
2003 - 2005 - Coordinator of the programs of “Civil Society ” and “Mass Media” in the Armenian branch of the “Assistance Fund of the Institute of Open Society.”
2005 - 2006 - Adviser to the President of the National Assembly related to foreign policy and external relations.
April 2008 - Appointed as an assistant to the President of the Republic of Armenia.
May 2008 - Press Secretary to the President of the Republic of Armenia.
2010 - 2012 - Director of information and analytical programs of the Public Television and the Public Radio Company of the Republic of Armenia.
1998 - 2001 - Headed the Student Scientific Society and Student Council of the YSU Faculty of History.
2006 - Established the NGO of “Association of Armenian Graduates of Scientific and Educational Institutions in Sweden.”
Since 2012 - Member of the RPA council.
May 6, 2012 - Elected Deputy of the National Assembly from the electoral district #2.
Author of the book “The Japanese Miracle and the Japanese,” scientific publications.
Awarded the Jubilee Medal of “The Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia, 20 years” and the Letter of Thanks of the Football Federation of Armenia.
Married, with two children.