Hera Armenian is an accomplished attorney, advocate, humanitarian, and philanthropist. She runs her own general practice in Nevada, representing clients in various legal matters, including real estate disputes and personal injury cases. She is also a co-chair of Nevada's chapter of the Armenian National Committee of America, where she meets with elected officials to discuss issues affecting Armenians. She has also been involved in the Nevada Coalition for Suicide Prevention, where she raises awareness about the state's suicide epidemic.
Ms. Armenian's international background has played a significant role in developing her worldview. She spent most of her childhood in St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia, where she learned to appreciate cultural diversity. She spent her adolescence in Saudi Arabia, where she attended an Anglo-American school and learned the value of religious freedom.
After earning a degree in Real Estate Finance from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, Ms. Armenian attended law school in Michigan at Thomas M. Cooley. She has been a licensed attorney in the state of Nevada since 2011.