National Society Leadership

Our Leadership

Strength and Honor

Honor Society's leadership encompasses a diverse set of experienced leaders from the academic and educational worlds. We are here to serve our members, but we are also here to learn from you. Please feel free to reach our executive director any time.

Our National Member Leaders: 

Student National Board

Alumni National Board

  Our National Offices Washington DC & Nevada  
Honor Society maintains two national offices, with an eastern regional office in Washington D.C. and western region office in Henderson, Nevada. Located near historic Farragut square in Washington DC (pictured right).
Christian Roberts

UCLA Faculty

Ashish Rangnekar

BenchPrep Test Prep Founder

Linda Abraham

Accepted.com Founder 

Michael Roberts

Auburn University Faculty

Rosalie Otero

Honors Program at UNM

Armita Mehrabi

High School Honors Advisor

2017-2018
Executive Director

The executive director works with the board members and member representatives to guide the society's mission. 

 

Our Executive Director

"Honor Society was founded on the belief of recognizing and rewarding high achieving members. I'm both humbled and proud to have the opportunity to serve this community. Our mission is to build the best platform to honor and serve the needs of today's goal-oriented achiever."

- Michael Moradian
 
My Contact Details: 
(703) 940-9596
 
Mike Moradian is the executive director of Honor Society, a leading academic and professional society dedicated to helping members achieve success. Honor Society utilizes latest technology trends, platforms and marketing to create value for its member base. Moradian was voted as 2010 America's Best Young Entrepreneur in Businessweek magazine and listed in Direct Marketing News' 40 under 40 in 2012. Moradian was also showcased in a US Embassy publication entitled "Why Did You Become an Entrepreneur?" Along with the Honor Society technology pursuits, Moradian is also helping spearhead the Honor Society Foundation to help raise funds and distribute scholarships, as well as launching the Honor Society Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada to showcase and preserve the illustrious history of honor societies throughout history.