Born in 1956 in the village of Geghaschen in Armenia, she is poet, prose writer and translator. She studied German as a foreign language in Yerevan, German language and literature at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, and teaching at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Today she lives and works as a teacher at the Sophie-und-Hans-Scholl-Schule in Wiesbaden, Hassia, Germany.

Publications in USA, Lebanon, Czech Republic, Georgia as well as in Armenia and in Germany. Participation in over 10 German-language anthologies.

Her solo publications in German are »Meine andere Hälfte« (poems and stories, Glaré publishing house, 2006) and »Am jenem weißen Abend« (poems and stories, Claré publishing house, 2010). Her translations from Armenian are available in the poetry volume »Parujr Sewak / And stings my soul« (Hans Schiler Publishing House, 2015), in the anthology »Armeniens Herz/Gedichte ... und sonst nichts" (Größenwahn publishing house Frankfurt am Main, 2017) and »Armenische Märchen /Howhannes Tumanjan« (Wolfgang Hager publishing house, 2019).

She was awarded »Honored Writer« by the Writers' Union of the Republic of Armenia for the translation from Armenian of the poetry volume »Parujr Sevak« (2015) and received the Honorary Certificate of the Ministry of Diaspora, for the anthology »Armenia's Heart, Poems ... and Nothing Else« (2017). – She is a member of the Writers' Union of Armenia and the »Literary Club of Women from All Over the World« in Frankfurt am Main.