Iranian Mother’s Association Raises Awareness

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From left, front row: Honorable Mojgan Lancman, panel member; Mahnaz Rabizadeh, IMA vice president; Dr. Maryam Broukhim, panel member; Parvaneh Sarraf, IMA president; Councilwoman Anna Kaplan, panel member; and Jacqueline Harounian, attorney and panel member; back row: IMA Board Members Shida Mizrahi, Farangiss Sedaghatpour, Sima Alvandi, Edna Khalily, Nora Khalili, Farnaz Simhaee (IMA vice president), Madeline Yousefzadeh, Flora Simhaee, Shideh Ahdoot, Helen Lalezari and Sheila Soufian; and not pictured: Board Member Mina Khordipour
From left, front row: Honorable Mojgan Lancman, panel member; Mahnaz Rabizadeh, IMA vice president; Dr. Maryam Broukhim, panel member; Parvaneh Sarraf, IMA president; Councilwoman Anna Kaplan, panel member; and Jacqueline Harounian, attorney and panel member; back row: IMA Board Members Shida Mizrahi, Farangiss Sedaghatpour, Sima Alvandi, Edna Khalily, Nora Khalili, Farnaz Simhaee (IMA vice president), Madeline Yousefzadeh, Flora Simhaee, Shideh Ahdoot, Helen Lalezari and Sheila Soufian; and not pictured: Board Member Mina Khordipour

The Iranian Mother’s Association (IMA) hosted a panel discussion at Beth Hadassah Synagogue in Great Neck, which was comprised of accomplished women who spoke about their inspirations, goals and paths to achievement.

Parvaneh Sarraf, along with several other caring and educated Iranian-Jewish women, founded the IMA in New York in 2000. The organization’s objective has been to raise the awareness of the Iranian-Jewish community in New York and the Metropolitan area, as well as to identify the impact and role of Iranian-Jewish women in society.

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