Arezoo was born in Iran. Growing up, she witnessed the brutal persecution of Bahai’s in her birth country. At the age of 16, Arezoo and her family escaped the threat of death by fleeing to Turkey, seeking asylum, and eventually immigrated to the United State at the age of 18. Those years were challenging for her and her family. Despite those challenges, Arezoo was determined to succeed. In 2006, she graduated from Hamilton with a B.A. in Women’s Studies.
Arezoo is a staunch advocate for justice and is passionate about her work representing underserved and marginalized communities; and has been doing so for over ten years. Her experience with persecution has given her a unique perspective on the importance of human rights and the legal system’s role in protecting them.
As part of her life’s mission, Arezoo prides herself in saying what she means and meaning what she says.
Arezoo is married with two children. She enjoys cooking and reading in her free time.