Marjan Greenblatt

Watch Ms. Greenblatt on the “Engaging the Iranian-American Community” at The Iran Conference, here. Marjan Keypour Greenblatt is the founder and director of the Alliance for Rights of All Minorities (ARAM), an international network of activists that promotes human rights in Iran. As a former refugee who escaped discrimination in the Middle East and Europe,

Tina Ghazimorad

Watch Ms. Ghazimorad on the “Iran in the Media” panel at The Iran Conference, here. Tina Ghazimorad is an Editor in Chief of News at Manoto TV, an Iranian channel based in London. This program is one of the flagship shows with millions of viewers on a daily basis. Prior to this, Tina produced and

Saeed Ghasseminejad

Watch Dr. Ghasseminejad on the “Beyond the JCPOA: US Iran Policy” panel at The Iran Conference, here. Dr. Saeed Ghasseminejad is a senior Iran and financial economics advisor at FDD specializing in Iran’s economy and financial markets, sanctions and illicit finance. Born and raised in Iran, Saeed earned his Ph.D. in finance from the City

Hanin Ghaddar

Watch Ms. Ghaddar on “The Islamic Republic’s Regional Shadow” panel at The Iran Conference, here. Hanin Ghaddar is the Friedmann Fellow at The Washington Institute’s Geduld Program on Arab Politics, where she focuses on Shia politics throughout the Levant. The longtime managing editor of Lebanon’s NOW news website, Ghaddar shed light on a broad range

Saeed Ganji

Saeed Ganji was born in Tehran, Iran. He came to the United States to study in 1973 advancing his education by receiving a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering (1978), M.S. degree (1981), and Doctoral of Science degree (Sc.D.) in Power Systems, Transmission and Distribution (1988) from George Washington University. He has also completed his Ph.D.

Ladan Boroumand

Watch Dr. Boroumand on the “Inside Iran: Economic, Social & Environmental Challenges” panel at The Iran Conference, here. Dr. Ladan Boroumand is the co-founder of the Abdorrahman Boroumand Center for the Promotion of Human Rights and Democracy in Iran, a nongovernmental organization that promotes human rights awareness through education and information dissemination, including by way

Fatima Abo Alasrar

Watch Ms. Alasrar on “The Islamic Republic’s Regional Shadow” panel at The Iran Conference, here. Fatima Abo Alasrar is a Non-Resident Scholar at the Middle East Institute. Before joining the Institute, Alasrar was a Senior Analyst at the Arabia Foundation in Washington DC, MENA Director for Cure Violence, Research Associate at the Arab Gulf States

Arash Aramesh

Watch Mr. Aramesh on the “Beyond the JCPOA: US Iran Policy” panel at The Iran Conference, here. Arash Aramesh is an attorney and national security analyst. While at Stanford Law School, Mr. Aramesh worked as ateaching assistant to former Secretary of Defense, WilliamPerry, and former Director of Los Alamos NationalLaboratory, Sig Hecker. Additionally, Ari was

Nazenin Ansari

Watch Ms. Ansari on “Iranian Women’s Movement with Masih Alinejad” at The Iran Conference, here. Nazenin Ansari is the Publisher and Managing Editor of two independent media outlets focusing on Iran, Kayhan London and Kayhan Life. Kayhan-London and its sister publication Kayhan-Life are London-based media outlets focusing on Iran and its presence on the international

Masih Alinejad

Watch Ms. Alinejad in a fireside chat on “The Iranian Women’s Movement” at The Iran Conference, here. Masih Alinejad is an Iranian TV personality, author, and women’s rights campaigner. She is founder and director of My Stealthy Freedom/White Wednesdays campaign for women’s rights and equality. Alinejad lives in exile in New York City and has