Bernice Manocherian

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Bernice Manocherian
Born1930 (age 88–89)
NationalityUnited States
Known forPresident of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee
Spouse(s)Eskander Manocherian
ChildrenJeffrey Manocherian
Donald Manocherian
Cynthia Manocherian
Darel Manocherian Benaim
FamilyFraydun Manocherian (brother-in-law)

Bernice Manocherian (born 1930) is the former President of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.


Manocherian is a member of AIPAC's National Board of Directors[1] and project manager for the Whitehall Development Corporation.[2]

Personal life[edit]

She was married to Eskander Manocherian, managing partner of Manocherian Brothers, a New York-based real-estate development and management firm, and a vice president of the Rent Stabilization Association of New York.[2][3] They had four children: sons, Jeffrey (born 1952) and Donald (born 1958), and daughters Cynthia (born 1962) and Dr. Darel Manocherian Benaim.[4] Her husband died in 1999.[4] Her son Jeffrey Manocherian is president of Manocherian Brothers[3] and is married to Cynthia Moses, daughter of Community Housing Improvement Program founder and real estate developer William A. Moses.[5] Her brother-in-law is real estate developer Fraydun Manocherian.

Related links[edit]


  1. ^ Jewish Journal: "U.S.-Israeli Ties to Unite AIPAC Summit" by Bernice Manocherian October 27, 2005
  2. ^ a b New York Times: "Ms. Moses Weds Jeffrey Manocherian" December 1, 1986
  3. ^ a b The Real Deal: "Manocherian Brothers" retrieved March 30, 2017
  4. ^ a b New York Times: "Deaths MANOCHERIAN, ESKANDAR" January 15, 1999
  5. ^ "Ms. Moses Weds Jeffrey Manocherian". The New York Times. December 1, 1986.