Friday Oct 28, 2016

"Radical Islam"

Hossein Khorram

Committee member Middle Eastern Advisory Committee

Introduced by: Valeriy Goloborodko

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Hossein Khorram and his family had to leave everything behind to escape from Iran in 1979 due to a regime change. Since then he has built a successful career and been heavily involved in political service due to his genuine desire to make a meaningful, positive, impact. This has included trade negotiations in Washington DC with representatives from the Republic of Iraq, appearances on the Voice of America, BBC and Iranian American media discussing US National Security and our policy in the Middle East. Hossein is a member of the Middle Eastern Advisory Committee for the GOP candidate, Donald Trump, for President.

Hossein’s discussion today will discuss past and present policies in the Middle East, their success and failure, as well as recommended future paths for this region to thwart Radical Islam and position the moderates in these countries to take control and find political stability.

About the Speaker

Hossein is a successful entrepreneur in multi-family real estate development and management in the City of Bellevue. He co-owns the Milano Apartment Homes, Milano Town Homes and Khorram Family Investments in Bellevue. Hossein earned his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Washington State University and worked as a mechanical engineer for EISI Consulting Engineers, performing mechanical engineering design services for clients including the US Army, US Navy and the Boeing Company. Hossein later joined the Boeing Company as a Senior Facilities Engineer.

Hossein is the Vice Chairman and a member of the USO Northwest Board of Directors and Executive Board, serving members of the US Military and their families throughout the Northwest. He also serves on the University of Washington Persian Studies Advisory Board.

Hossein has been married for 23 years to his wonderful wife Elaheh. The have two children, Aryan and Cyrus, who both attend the University of Washington.