Fatema Taheri was born on March 21, 1992. She pursued her studies in the field of law and political science, graduating from university in 2015.

Prior to her university education, Fatema completed her schooling, graduating in 2010. This educational journey laid the foundation for her future career path.

After obtaining her university degree, Fatema embarked on a career in education, working as a teacher in private high schools for 5 years. Her dedication to teaching and her expertise in the subjects she taught allowed her to make a positive impact on her students’ lives during this time.

In 2018, Fatema took on a new challenge, working as an intern at RWDOA, a role she held until 2019. This experience provided her with valuable exposure to the inner workings of an organization and the opportunity to apply her knowledge and skills in a professional setting.

Fatema’s educational background in law and political science, combined with her teaching experience and internship at RWDOA, have equipped her with a diverse set of skills and knowledge. Her ability to navigate both the academic and professional realms suggests a well-rounded individual who is adaptable and driven to succeed.

Furthermore, Fatema has worked in management positions showing her personal skills and knowledge. She has worked with different groups of people in the society as she has been a civil society activist and joined in women’s defending communities.

As Fatema continues to forge her path, her educational achievements, teaching experience, and exposure to the organizational world will undoubtedly serve as a strong foundation for her future endeavors, whether in the field of law, politics, education, or any other area she chooses to pursue.

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