Farahnaz Pahlavi (born 12 March 1963) is the eldest daughter of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi by his third wife, Farah Pahlavi.
She was born
Princess Farahnaz Pahlavi, as per official dynastic usage, with the style Her Imperial Highness. She resides in New York City.
Education [ edit ]
She studied at the Niavaran Special School in
Tehran, the Ethel Walker School in Simsbury, Connecticut, United States, and the Cairo American College in Cairo, Egypt. From 1981 to 1982, she attended Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont. She received a Bachelor of Arts in social work from Columbia University in 1986 and a Master's degree in child psychology from the same university in 1990. 
According to a 2004 article in
, she reportedly attempted to find employment at international aid agencies such as Los Angeles Times UNICEF, but, according to her mother, was rejected because of her name.
References [ edit ]
Bruges, Jean-Jacques de, "Shahbanou Farah",
, 31 August-6 September 2005, Issue 2980 Point de Vue "Shah's Daughter Could Not Stand Exile," BBC News, 12 June 2001
 "Victory of Light Over Darkness is Near in Iran", Iran Press Service, 27 July 2001
 Bahrampour, Tara, "Singer Revives Memories of Lost Youth and Lost Country",
, 28 August 2000 The New York Times Krebs, Albin and
Robert McG. Thomas, "Notes on People: Pahlevis [sic] Inquire About New England School", The New York Times, 16 November 1981, page B5 Krebs, Albin and Robert McG. Thomas, "Notes on People: A Daughter of Shah Auditing College Classes",
The New York Times, 28 November 1981, page 39 "Princesse Farahnaz: Les 20 Ans",
Point de Vue, March 1983 Marcisz, Christopher, "Son of Shah Advocates Democracy for Iran",
, 21 April 2004 Berkshire Eagle O'Connor, Anne-Marie, "Style & Substance: A Widow's Look at a Shah's Legacy",
The Los Angeles Times, 10 March 2004, page E1 Cunningham, Bill, "Spring Sightings",
The New York Times, 28 March 2004, page 9 Beaumont, Peter, "Water Resource Development in Iran",
, Vol. 140, No. 3 (October 1974), pages 418-431 The Geographic Journal
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