Arash Shiehbeiki has a Masters degree in Structural Engineering. Arash works for Bechtel Company and is the organizer of Houston Professional Friends that currently has more than 250 members. He is currently living and working in Houston as a Structural Engineer and has had more than 10 years of experience. He loves the Iranian culture and he believes that ICF is a positive organization that can expand the Persian culture. He would like to become an effective member of ICF and Persian society in Houston.
Majid Jamea is President of Networtech, a web marketing consulting company that provides online marketing services to corporations and individuals. He was raised in Iran, Tehran and currently Majid lives in Houston with his wife and his daughter. He has been helping and a positive impact for ICF since Nowruz of 2011 and wants to continue to be involved. Majid is also maintaining the ICF website.
Mehran Talabi received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston Law Center in 2002 and has been a licensed Texas lawyer since November 2002. He is also licensed to practice law in California. Mr. Talabi is licensed to practice before all state courts in Texas, and the Federal District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Prior to establishing Talabi & Associates, P.C., Mr. Talabi gained valuable experience in the fields of insurance defense, subrogation, plaintiff’s mass torts litigation, and immigration law at several prestigious local law firms. Mehran would like to become a active and involved member of ICF.
Husein Hadi graduated in 2006 from the University of Houston with a B.B.A. in Entrepreneurship. He then received his Juris Doctorate from Texas Southern University in 2008, and has been a licensed attorney in Texas since May 2009. Mr. Hadi is licensed to practice before all state courts in Texas. Mr. Hadi previously worked at the Gutierrez Law Firm. His current practice includes personal injury litigation. Mr. Hadi believes that ICF is a great impact in our society today and would like to be a part of making ICF expand.