Adelle Nazarian is the Program Director at the Henry Jackson Society’s office in Los Angeles. She previously worked with FOX News Channel in New York City as a reporter, producer and editor. While she was there she covered, discussed and even broke several original and international news stories, including that of the fraudulent Iranian elections and the highly disputed victory of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in which she conducted personal interviews with Iranian youth as the government was disconnecting its nationals from all forms of communication with the outside world. She sits on the board of Magbit Foundation and is an active member of 30-Years-After. Born in Livingston, New Jersey, Adelle Nazarian is a first-generation Iranian-American whose parents fled their homeland at the onset of the revolution. She graduated with honors from Drew University with two BA degrees: one in Chinese and the other in Political Science.
Expertise: The Arab Middle East; Israel; Iran; Asia