Who Are We?

We are the Orange County Iranian American Chamber of Commerce.

Why We Do It?

To support Orange County’s business community and aid with multi-cultural blending.  To utilize our county’s resources, to unite, collaborate and achieve success.

How We Do It?

By offering Business Networking Mixers, Educational Workshops and reaching out to the community to provide charity work as group.

What We Do?

We organize networking events, we promote our members via social media, we offer educational workshops, we send out bi-monthly newsletter and we collaborate with media partners to promote our chamber and its members.

What is a chamber of Commerce?

A century ago, only 40 major U.S. cities had a chamber of commerce. Today, there are more than 7,000 chambers, boards of trade, and designated non-profits advancing the interests of their communities. Political and civic leaders across the country recognize that a chamber creates a stronger, more dynamic community.

Companies are interested in a range of issues, from health care and transportation to education and workforce development. Further, scarce resources are causing politicians, nonprofits, and business leaders to collaborate more than ever. A chamber is uniquely qualified to be the focal point for this collaborative effort and to effect positive change for both businesses and the community.

Who Are Chamber’s Members?

Chamber of commerce members are businesses, organizations, and individuals concerned with the socioeconomic climate of a community. These groups have joined together because they stand a better chance of getting things done when speaking with one voice. Chamber members include the small hardware store on the corner, the mom-and-pop diner, the established bank downtown, and your local sports team. There is no limit or restrictions on the number or kinds of members that choose to get involved in a chamber of commerce.

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shani moslehi

As a seasoned entrepreneur Shani Moslehi has multiple experiences in starting businesses from the ground up. She began her career in the banking industry and achieved the highest ranking available to Operations Managers. She went on to purchase a photography and video production company and was able to manage and coordinate more than 600 events a year until 2007. Shani’s creativity in marketing has led her to produce trade shows since 2005. Her production capabilities are showcased in all of her major events, such as the Newport Beach Wedding Shows series, International American Business Expo, OC Blues fc Persian nights and Spring Love production by Ziba Shirazi at Soka PAC. Shani is a master at power partnering and building a supportive community.

Her dedication to her businesses and passion for others has inspired Shani to go above and beyond her normal workload and shoulder the responsibility to work for and run non-profits. She is the former president of the “Dolphin Force Foundation”, a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation. She has also dedicated her time and efforts to the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Irvine Chamber of Commerce, the American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity and multiple school organizations. Shani has received many business awards and recognition for leadership, mentoring, networking and service to the community and she is an alumni of Leadership Tomorrow which through its programs, expands knowledge, empowers citizens and promotes community involvement.


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