Title: Chief Executive Officer
Company: Resilient Recovery Center
Location: Burbank, California, United States
Lilit Muradyan, Chief Executive Officer of the Resilient Recovery Center, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in addiction and abuse treatment.
After witnessing the tragic murder of her husband in 2016, Ms. Muradyan decided that she would dedicate her life to helping others. She believes her husband’s killer was not in his right mind, and Ms. Muradyan wants to help others like him recover from difficult circumstances. Initially, she planned to open an orphanage to help children who needed structure in their lives, but after attempting to set up the facility, someone suggested she should work in the field of abuse and addiction due to her effective communication ability.
Growing up, Ms. Muradyan’s father passed away at the age of 37 years old, and she subsequently began to volunteer at a local hospital. She got a job at the hospital while she was still attending school at the age of 16, and found great success, earning hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarship money. She returned to her home country of Armenia, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in pharmaceuticals. At the age of 19, she came back to the United States and got married. Ms. Muradyan holds a certification in interior design from the New York School of Interior Design, but she considers the crowning achievement of her career to be her current work as the chief executive officer of the Resilient Recovery Center.
Ms. Muradyan attributes her success to her love for making other mothers smile. She works tirelessly to help others in need, and she believes this mission has helped her through her own traumatic experiences. One example of a client she is proud to have helped is her employee Jamie, who was once a client in 2017 but is now three years clean. With a mother who was an addict, he grew up in a juvenile home, and while he served time in prison, his own mother gave him drugs. Ms. Muradyan financially supported Jamie through his education, and after not even completing elementary school as a child, he earned his license and works to save lives, including helping his own son to stay away from drugs. In the coming years, Ms. Muradyan wants to be a part of the United States Congress, and she hopes to one day run a nonprofit organization for women with addiction problems.
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