|Soltankhah at the a conference, November 2010|
|Vice President of Iran
Head of National Elites Foundation
21 September 2009 – 5 October 2013
|Preceded by||Sadeq Vaeez Zadeh|
|Succeeded by||Sorena Sattari|
|Head of Center for Women and Family Participation Affairs|
9 December 2005 – 21 February 2006
|Preceded by||Zahra Shojaei|
|Succeeded by||Zohreh Tayebzadeh|
|Member of City Council of Tehran|
19 January 2003 – 21 January 2007
|Preceded by||Saeed Hajjarian|
|Succeeded by||Masoumeh Ebtekar|
10 April 1963 |
Center for Women and Family Affairs
Soltankhan's portfolio includes both the position as head of the Center for Women and Family Affairs (formerly called the Center for Women's Participation, or CWP) and also the position of advisor to the President on issues pertaining to women.
Soltankhan has mentioned three main points for women-related policies which the center will be focusing on. These are, “upholding human dignity of women regardless of their gender,“ “capitalizing on women’s potentials in managerial and decision-making arenas,“ and “emphasizing on women’s key role in families.“ Soltankhah has also stated that the center is engaged in directing women’s capabilities into different social and cultural fields as well as generating jobs for them.
Soltankhan is a member of the political organization called the Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran.
City Council of Tehran
Apart from her work in the executive branch of the Iranian government, Nasrin Soltankhan was also on the City Council of Tehran having won a seat in 2003. The term of service for her council seat ended in 2007.
Sadeq Vaeez Zadeh
|Head of National Elites Foundation
|Party political offices|
Esfandiar Rahim Mashai
|Deputy leader of Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran