Mary Terzian was born in Egypt to immigrant Armenian parents from Anatolia, Turkey. Maryís education beyond primary school, in Cairo, was threatened after her motherís untimely death when she was only nine. Under pressure from teachers and extended family she is sent to an English High school in Cairo, graduating in 1950. She swears she will knock down the barriers to higher education considered superfluous for women then.
Terzian aspires to becoming a writer but her regular day job interferes with her aspirations. Employment with the World Health Organization opens the doors to expanding h more...
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