Shawnt Bazikian - President of One Bicycle Foundation
SEBOUH
BAZIKIAN
Co-Founder & CEO
Sebouh is a UCLA graduate. Sebouh was 16 when he started Bikes 4 Orphans which soon evolved into the One Bicycle Foundation. Apart from running day to day operations, Sebouh is in charge of bicycle delivery logistics and the Young Philanthropists Program. When he’s not working, he enjoys cycling and spending time with his brother.
SHAWNT
BAZIKIAN
Co-Founder & President
Shawnt is currently a student at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor studying Economics. Shawnt leads multiple fundraisers and is in charge of graphics and web content. Shawnt is pursuing a career in investment banking and spends his free time running his website design firm called Sparky Web Development.
RAFFI
AKAY
VP of Operations
Raffi is a current 4th year at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. Raffi has been involved with One Bicycle Foundation since early on, taking on more and more responsibilities throughout his post-secondary education. Apart from assisting in day to day operations, Raffi has been involved in sponsorship outreach and fundraising event planning.
SEVAK
KARIMI
VP of YPP
Sevak is currently in college and has always been extremely passionate about charity and community service. A relative of the Bazikians, Sevak joined One Bicycle Foundation in middle school and continuously assists in presentations, fundraisers, and growth of the organization. He has a passion for cars and is a skilled MMA athlete.
ALEC
MELIDONIAN
VP of Fundraising
Alec Melidonian is currently a 6th grader in La Canada with a strong passion for cycling. He will soon begin middle school where he will continue pursuing philanthropic causes. When he is not riding his bike or advancing the One Bicycle Foundation, he enjoys playing golf and photography. 
OUR MISSION
One Bicycle Foundation has a three-part mission. First, we want to change lives through bicycle empowerment. Bicycles are powerful tools for change that provide access to education, jobs, and healthcare in regions where the lack of the aforementioned services leads to a continuous cycle of poverty. Geographical isolation of marginalized groups from vital opportunities is a widespread problem and the most cost effective solution is bicycles. Second, we want to motivate privileged students in our communities to help impoverished students across the globe. And third, we want to inspire the youth to combine their passion with charity. We want to challenge young people, through our presentations and media platforms, to tackle worldwide problems with their own curiosities, hobbies, and passions.