|Alma mater||Northeastern Illinois University|
Juliana Taimoorazy is an Iranian Christian activist. In 2007 she founded the Iraqi Christian Relief Council and is a senior fellow with the Philos Project. She became a refugee when her family left Iran in 1989, and was subsequently granted asylum in the US at the age of 17.
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