This series documents some Iranian women as they strive for career progression; the setbacks each of these unsung heroines are faced with and the fruits of their hard work as they pick in the end are shown in each episode. Know more and better about Iranian women and the way they lead their lives. There’s no stopping them once they set the wheels in motion.
Farnaz Esmaeilzadeh is a self-taught Iranian female rock climber who has won medals in both national and international arenas. She now coaches a new generation of female athletes and has high hopes fo...
In this episode of Women of Iran, we will meet Dr. Soheila Kordestani, an internationally successful researcher, entrepreneur, and business-owner Iranian woman in the field of wound care.
Nahid Hosseini, a successful Iranian entrepreneur, talks about her expertise in rug weaving and elaborates on the different workshops she has held in this domain across the country.
A renowned ophthalmologist and a full professor at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Dr. Firoozeh Rahimi treats her patients with utmost care and teaches a new generation of specialists.
In this episode of Women of Iran, we will meet Mina Rameh, a woman who renews the life of his village by reviving its nature and the environment around it.
Starting as an apprentice to a designing company, Shima Khilai has risen to run one of the most successful stand and booth designing companies. This is her story in a nutshell.
In this episode of Women of Iran, we will visit a school teacher. After 26 years of teaching, Manijeh Pamenari still talks about her carrier as the true love of her life.
Behnaz Shafiei is a young Iranian woman who loves riding motorcycles. She has pursued her passion and is now a trainer inspiring other women interested in riding motorbikes.
Mrs Nahid Jafarzadeh is a successful mother and businesswoman whose profession and passion is to host tourists and introduce the real Iran to them.
Graduated from Australia’s TAFE College, Niki Miri returns to Iran to follow her passion in designing and making Iranian-tailored dresses. She is now an entrepreneur trying to expand her work.