Iranian-American Leaders Discuss Future of Our Community

Sunday, August 14, 2005
Time: 04:00 PM
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In an event open to public:

Honorable Ross Mirkarimi
Supervisor, City & County of San Francisco

Professor Elahe Enssani, PhD, P.E.
Chair, Civil Eng. Dept, SF State University
President, Applied Technology & Science
Commissioner, SF Immigrant Rights Commission

A PROFOUND INQUIRY INTO THE FUTURE
OF IRANIAN-AMERICAN COMMUNITY



Ross Mirkarimi is the first Iranian-American Supervisor in San
Francisco--arguably the highest ranking elected office to be
held by an American of Iranian decent. In 2004, he was named
one of 15 “National Rising Stars” in America by “Campaigns
and Elections” magazine. In 1992, he co-founded the California
Green Party.

Professor Enssani has recently been named one of top 100
scientists in her field by the International Biographical Center
(IBC) in Cambridge, England. She is also a writer and poet,
and has always been passionate about politics and people.
She was recently appointed to the San Francisco Immigrant
Rights Commission as a Commissioner.


Sunday, August 14
Sign-in / social time: 3:30 - 4:00 pm
Program: 4:00 (sharp) - 6:30 pm
Room UC 222, University of San Francisco
At Golden Gate Ave and Kittredge Ter. in San Francisco
Program in English
Admission: $10/person (free for BAIAD members)


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event information visit:

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