Mansoor Eyvazi was born and raised in Iran, Tehran. Upon completion of his bachelor's in law and master's in International Law, he started practicing as a lawyer where he represented numerous individuals and companies in a wide range of cases. Pursuing his career goals, he moved to DC area and received his LL.M. and his specialization in International Business Law, from American University Washington College of Law.
Currently, he works at an international client based law firm in Georgetown, Washington DC. In the past few years, he has been an active member and director of several social and non-profit organizations. In hope of better days for Iran and Iranians, he has dedicated his efforts to develop a productive and professional networking among Iranian professionals and tries to reinforce friendship and unity among the Iranian American community.
Newsha moved to the US when she was 15 years old. She has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from UNCC and she completed her Pharm. D from Wingate University. After finishing school, she moved to Washington, DC. She is currently as a Pharmacist at Safeway Pharmacy in Alexandria VA.
Nazaneen is a native of Philadelphia, Pa. and is a graduate of Temple University where she received her degree in Management Information Systems. Upon completion of her degree, she decided to work in her field before pursuing graduate school. Her job search landed her in Washington, DC as an IT Analyst at N.A.D.A. Her close connection to her Persian roots led her to be active in event planning while an undergraduate student. Nazaneen was the director of the Philadelphia Persian Society for 5 years which planned and organized events include ding social, cultural, and charitable, for the tri-state area in hopes of promoting a new generation of Persian-American cooperation and awareness. When she arrived in the DC area, she attended a Shabeh Jomeh event and saw it as the next place to continue supporting the growth of the Iranian American community. She joined the Shabeh Jomeh team in 2007.