Mr. Rosoul Aminmansour (Ross Amin) is a graduate of North Texas state university and a resident of Sacramento, CA. After the fundamentalist mullahs’ usurping of power in Iran, Ross became increasingly active in the Iranian-American Community projects. He has for over 3 decades been a successful businessman in the United States and prominent Iranian-American Community leader. We are delighted to have his knowledge and leadership skills at our disposa.
Mr. Babak Dadvand brings 30 years of human rights activism and community organization leadership to OIAC. His leadership has been critical in enabling our local organizations to successfully hold demonstrations, sit-ins, seminars, congressional briefings, press conferences, briefings, and annual conventions for Democratic Iran.
Prof. Hamid Allamehzadeh
Prof. Hamid Allamehzadeh is professor of Electronic Engineering Technology at the Eastern New Mexico University. A senior member of IEEE, Control Systems Society, and Computational Intelligence Society, Dr. Allamehzadeh has also been a leader in the Iranian-American community and has helped organize countless events and well attended gatherings. Hamid has been a consistent supporter of democracy in Iran and offers the OIAC his three decades of human rights advocacy experience and activism against Islamic fundamentalism.
Mrs. Maryam Hejazi is Chair of OIAC Women Outreach Program. Ms. Hejazi was born in Karaj, Iran. The rise of clerics in Iran ushered the gradual elimination of women from meaningful professional positions. This has particularly been true for those women with outspoken democratic ideals. For her views, Ms. Hejazi was banned from teaching in Iran and in the early 80’s went into exile in the United States. She has since been an outspoken critic of the Iranian regime and a leader in the Iranian women living in the United States. Ms. Hejazi lives with her husband and son in California