Dallas, TX, USA – April 13, 2021 – Raffi Andonian has spent his entire life working with communities to stimulate dialogue in localized environments at the grassroots level. Next, Andonian will get that chance on an upcoming interview on Zondra TV Network.
Andonian has always been committed to the vision of a legacy. In order for his ideas and values to have an impact on communities, he created Raffi’s Regulars – a platform that connects history with philanthropy in pursuit of community building. Andonian said that he created his platform to “take another step in my quest for impact by bringing it all together toward one coherent direction.”
Andonian is a passionate advocate for those who deserve their rightful place in history. Some of his favorite subjects to speak on are historic sites, statues, monuments, museums, and cultural institutions because they give him the opportunity to create open dialogues in localized environments that would otherwise be left out of conversations.
ZondraTV Network is a multimedia platform company with a potential reach of more than 200 million viewers and users. ZTV is currently televised on seven different streaming platforms and provides a platform for businesses to come alive and potentially be accessed by millions globally on a daily basis.
About Raffi Andonian
Raffi Andonian is a best-selling author of 3 books. He has spoken at councils, conferences, community organizations, and writers associations. Raffi has previously worked guiding visitors at the Gettysburg battlefield, the Civil War sites around Richmond, the Martin Luther King birth home in Atlanta, and the history museum in Los Alamos NM. He has master’s degrees in history, historic preservation, and nonprofit development.
Raffi is on the Board of Directors for the National Atomic Museum Foundation, a Smithsonian affiliate. He is a leader and member of Rotary International. Raffi is also on the Board of Theodora Africa after helping it get established. He is a past Board Chair of Silver Bullet Productions, an Emmy-winning nonprofit film education company. Raffi has served as a judge for National History Day. He is a lifetime member of The Archaeological Conservancy.
Raffi is adding TV as a medium in order to deliver video content in a curated manner on a trusted platform. He plans to use TV to demonstrate that historical topics can be engaging, creative, and relevant. Raffi chose Zondra TV Network, because of its performance, support, and generosity.
Raffi welcomes opportunities for speaking, facilitating, and serving as a panelist on a variety of topics stemming from these values applied to his areas of background, involvement, and expertise.
Learn more at https://raffiandonian.com.