Board of Directors
Mohammad (Moe) Golshani
Founder & CEO
Mohammad (Moe) Golshani is a prominent figure known for his dedicated commitment to fostering cultural and educational connections within the Farsi-speaking community of Northern California. As the Founder and CEO of the Iranian American Cultural Educational Center (IACEC), a nonprofit organization established in 2011, Golshani has played a pivotal role in bridging the gap between Iranian and American cultures.
Born in Iran, Golshani's journey began with a thirst for knowledge and a strong passion for community engagement. He pursued his education diligently, earning a Bachelor of Science in Commerce from Tehran Bossiness College. His pursuit of academic excellence led him to Jackson State University, where he completed his Master's degree in the same field.
Golshani's dedication to community service spans over 25 years, during which he has actively worked to unite and educate Farsi-speaking individuals in Northern California. His vision and tireless efforts have enriched the lives of countless people, fostering a sense of belonging and cultural understanding.
Outside of his professional endeavors, Golshani has built a remarkable personal life. He has been happily married for 48 years (Since 1975) and is the proud father of two sons and one daughter and grandfather of six. His family stands as a testament to the values he holds dear: unity, education, and the celebration of cultural diversity.
Mohammad Golshani's work with the Iranian American Cultural Educational Center reflects his unwavering commitment to creating a stronger, more connected community for Farsi-speaking people in Northern California. Through his leadership and passion, he continues to inspire positive change and enrich the lives of those he serves.