Azadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in Political Science from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. She received her Master’s degree in International Relations from the University of Tehran, Iran. She has in-depth knowledge of International Relations, Foreign Policy Analysis, Middle East Politics, Women’s Studies, Quantitative Methods, and Electoral Politics. She has about 15 years of combined experience in academia and non-academic environments as a researcher, data analyst, policy analyst, and policy advisor. She collaborated with UN agencies such as UNODC, UNICEF, as well as Amnesty International.
Azadeh is a painter. She has also contributed artistically to the community, messaging socially relevant themes through her works. Some of her paintings were displayed at different exhibitions and galleries including Carleton University Art Gallery in Ottawa, Public Service Alliance of Canada in Ottawa, Gallery 1313 in Toronto, and Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa. Her recent painting with the theme of“Woman, Life, Freedom” titled “Hope” was exhibited at Toronto Metropolitan University on March 8, 2023. Her recent project examines the intersection of Art and Politics.