Mary Kozanian

Mary Kozanian is a Glendale native who graduated with a B.A. in Communication and Public Relations from California State University Los Angeles in 2014. After five years in the Markting industry, she went on to manage a brick & mortar shop that spcialized in manufacturing and distribution throughout Southern California. She has accreditations in marketing, consumer relations, and operations management. In her spare time, she serves as Director of Public Relations for Society of Orphaned Armenian Relief and commits herself to being of service to her community. Outside of work, her passions are theatre and quality time with friends and family.

Cal Matters – California’s cost of living rises with auto insurance, rent

By Lynn La, CALMATTERS https://calmatters.org/newsletter/california-cost-of-living/ For Californians, it’s not just finding affordable home insurance that’s a problem. Many motorists are having trouble getting auto insurance, citing...

Cal Matters – Getting car insurance gets harder: California drivers face delays, higher rates

By Levi Sumagaysay, CALMATTERS https://calmatters.org/economy/2023/12/california-car-insurance/ If you’re having trouble finding affordable car insurance, you’re not alone. Drivers across California say they’re having to wait longer than...

Bloomberg Law – California’s Draft AI Privacy Rules Show Ambitious Approach

By Titus Wu, BLOOMBERG LAW https://news.bloomberglaw.com/privacy-and-data-security/californias-draft-ai-privacy-rules-show-ambitious-approach Draft rules from California’s privacy agency show the state plans to go much further than any other in its regulation...

Insurance Business – Consumer Watchdog files petition against Mercury for discrimination, price gouging

Company purportedly violated significant insurance reform initiative By Kenneth Araullo, INSURANCE BUSINESS https://www.insurancebusinessmag.com/us/news/auto-motor/consumer-watchdog-files-petition-against-mercury-for-discrimination-price-gouging-463032.aspx Consumer Watchdog filed a petition to intervene in an enforcement action initiated by the...

The San Francisco Standard – California Just Announced a New Insurance Strategy. Here’s Why It’s Controversial

By Matthew Kupfer, THE SAN FRANCISCO STANDARD https://sfstandard.com/2023/09/25/california-just-announced-a-new-insurance-strategy-heres-why-its-controversial/ It happened like clockwork.  On Thursday, Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order calling for swift action to expand...

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