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From very early childhood, Hayedeh Shirzadi showed her determination to better her own life and the lives of others. When she was about to turn 60, she successfully launched an environmental initiative that made waste dumps mostly a thing of the past — the project had an impact on 70 cities and 200 villages in...
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Zohreh Abdollahkhani — also known as Iran’s ice lady — won the ice climbing bronze medal at the Asian Championship in 2014, which took place in Cheongsong, South Korea. When she did, she became the first Iranian woman to ever win a medal in the sport for Iran at an international competition, and the only...
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Mahlagha Mallah has made a name for herself as the first female environmental activist in Iran. For 50 years, “Mother Nature,” as activists call her, has put herself at the heart of the movement. Mallah was the granddaughter of Bibi Khanoom Astarabadi, the founder of the first school for girls in Iran, which was set up...
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For years, residents of Tehran’s Zafar Street and people living next to Mahak Hospital were used to the sound and sight of Parvaneh Vosough’s Volkswagen Beetle. A kind and devoted doctor, several times a day she would drive from her clinic on Palestine Street to the hospital to visit children suffering from cancer and make...
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Nasrin Moazami is a biologist and a pioneer in biofuel technology. In 1995 she was awarded the Chevalier de I’Ordre des Palmes Académiques for her outstanding research. In 2015 she was appointed to UNESCO’s International Basic Sciences Program (IBSP). Moazami was born in 1945, and in 1976 received her Ph.D. from the faculty of medicine...
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Seyedeh Fatemeh Moghimi was born in 1958 in Tehran into a family of educators. Before the 1979 Islamic Revolution, she graduated in civil engineering in England and then went on to complete a PhD in development management. Moghimi is now the CEO of Sadid Bar International Transport. Although she now has over 30 years of...
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Jamileh Sadeghi Jamileh Sadeghi was born into a large family of eight brothers and sisters in 1958 in Karaj, not far from Tehran. She is now the CEO of Iran’s first-ever all female taxi service; it is both owned and operated by an all-women workforce. Early on, her father, who was a farmer, recognized that...
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Businesswoman, city councillor and social activist Fatemeh Daneshvar tells Al Jazeera that she fears ‘nothing but God’.  Tehran – Fatemeh Daneshvar moves easily around the room as she speaks of her accomplishments, pausing at one point to admire a photo of her children, and at another to flip through a glossy magazine packed with images of...
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Aseyeh Hatami is the founder and Managing Director of IranTalent.com. Established in 2003, IranTalent is the leading online recruitment service in Iran, with a registered membership consisting of over half a million Iranian professionals, covering all sectors and job categories. By providing employers the opportunity to advertise vacancies on its website and search its database...
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Parisa Tabriz born 1983 is an American computer security expert. Forbes included her in their, “30 Under 30” list (30 Tech Pioneers under the age of 30) and she now works for Google as the self-appointed, Security Princess, and head of the team responsible for Chrome Security. She joined Google just a few months after...
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