roxanne houman, associate director
An alumna of the Maher Fellowship's 3rd cohort, Roxanne continued her involvement with 30 Years After as it's Program Manager. She also volunteers her time as the Resident Historian of the Legacy Project. email@example.com
sam yebri, president of the board
Sam Yebri is the President and Co-Founder of 30 Years After. An attorney and former Los Angeles City Commissioner, Sam also serves on the board of directors of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, Bet Tzedek Legal Services, and ETTA, and is also deeply involved with AIPAC and the Jewish Federation.
Board of Directors
Michael is a founding board member and former Executive Vice President of 30 Years After. Michael has served his community in various leadership roles over the past decade; he currently practices law and lives in Los Angeles.
is a Los Angeles native who works as a Broker in Real Estate. He enjoys cooking anything he purchases at the local Farmer’s Market and reading non-fiction, with his favorite books being The Alchemist and The Gifts of Imperfection. After experiencing the Maher Fellowship in the 4th cohort and having gained the wealth of knowledge and resources of leadership, Amir is excited to be on the board of 30 Years After.
Sharona is a Boston native and has been working in digital advertising for over 7 years with a focus in paid media. Currently, she manages the paid media team at mllnnl, a new startup agency specializing Jewish non-profits including Birthright Israel and The Kabbalah Centre.
Jason is the founder of The Maher Fellowship. He is the Los Angeles Fellows Manager for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. Prior to AIPAC, Jason worked at Google and at Relief International, a humanitarian NGO. Jason is a graduate of the UCLA, where he focused on Globalization and Political Science. Jason is a graduate of PresenTenseLA, a social entrepreneurship incubator. Jason is also honored to serve on the Jewish Federation's Young Adult Engagement & Leadership Development Committee.
Rachel an alumna of the inaugural class of the Maher Fellowship in 2014. She is the Founder & CEO of Swipe Out Hunger. The organization is a leading force in addressing hunger amongst college students. Her work has been recognized by The Obama White House, The New York Times and has landed her on the Forbes “30 Under 30” list.
Jonathan York is an alumnus of the inaugural Maher Fellowship and the student body president at Stanford Law School. An accomplished photographer, he previously worked at Twitter, Deloitte Consulting, and the US State Department. Jonathan earned his B.A. from Stanford, where he delivered the commencement address.
Megan is an alumna of the Maher Fellowship 2015 (Cohort 2) and a second-year Valuation Associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Megan chairs 30 Years After’s Legacy Project, which aims to collect video testimonials of Iranian-Jews that fled Iran in the wake of the Iranian Revolution. Megan holds a Master of Accounting from USC and an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business.
Miriam is currently a third year Pharm.D. Candidate at the USC School of Pharmacy. She first joined 30 Years After in 2014 when she served as a fellow in the inaugural class of the Maher Fellowship. Upon graduation, she aspired to continue her work within the Iranian-American Jewish community and joined the Board of Directors in 2014.
Alan is an alumnus of the Maher Fellowship 2016 (Cohort 3), an attorney and a double Bruin, having received his Bachelor’s and LL.M. (Masters in Law) degree from UCLA. Since graduating, Alan has launched Daneshrad Law, PC, and he has volunteered in various Iranian Jewish organizations. He also enjoys photography, a passion he has held for over 15 years.
Jennifer is an alumna of the Maher Fellowship 2016 (Cohort 3) and thrilled to continue her involvement with 30 Years After as a member of the Board of Directors. With East Coast roots, a BS in Political Science from San Diego State (Go Aztecs!) and a career in Digital Advertising at iHeartRadio, she brings a unique perspective to the Iranian Jewish community of Los Angeles.
Donna is an alumna of the inaugural class of the Maher Fellowship in 2014. She is a digital brand strategist that specializes in helping startup business grow. She holds an MBA from Tel Aviv University and is passionate about empowering women and girls, which she exercises through her passion project @youarebeautifulmovement. Donna also serves as Chair of the Maher Fellowship Alumni Program.
Jonathan is an alumnus of the Maher Fellowship 2016 (Cohort 3) and a business and commercial lender to entrepreneurs and small businesses throughout Los Angeles and nationwide. He is involved with a number of LA-based Jewish organizations in participant, advisor, and board member roles. These include the LAJ Program, The American Friends of C.E.C.I. (Citizens Empowerment Center Of Israel), Children’s Uniting Nations, and AEPi Mentorships. He is always looking to contribute, connect, and learn.
Sandy recently graduated from Nursing School and now works at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center as an Orthopedic Nurse. She previously graduated from UC San Diego with a Bachelors in Biology, where she started her journey exploring Jewish life on campus. Sandy is also an alumna of the Maher Fellowship 2014 (Cohort 1).
Jasmin is a founding member of 30 Years After and has served on the Board of Directors since 2007. Jasmin has been involved with AIPAC for many years and continues to be interested in pro-Israel advocacy and Middle East politics. She is currently part of the in-house legal team at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Jasmin holds a B.A. in Political Science from UCLA and received her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) law school.
Rebecca joined the Board of Directors in 2012 and enjoys being a leader in the Iranian Jewish community. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from UCLA, and her Juris Doctor from Southwestern Law School. She also served as a fellow in the inaugural class of the Maher Fellowship in 2014.
Tabby is a co-founder of 30 Years After and its former Executive Director. She has served in the realms of Jewish community non-profit and pro-Israel advocacy for over 12 years, and lectures regularly regarding the state of Iranian Jews, American-Iranian relations, and the Iranian-American Jewish diaspora. Tabby also writes on matters relating to the Iranian-American Jewish community for The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles.
Nicole is an Orange County native and licensed attorney in the State of California, practicing business litigation. She is an avid runner, cyclist, and chocolate connoisseur. Her distinct passion for her heritage and oral advocacy make her uniquely positioned to serve on the 30 Years After board of directors.
Debbie was born and raised in Santa Monica. She has seven years of experience working in the fields of nonprofit management and fundraising. She enjoys the beach, yoga, and trying new restaurants.