The Most Famous Persian Journalists

Born in the U.S. to Iranian parents and based in Washington D.C., Elahe Izadi is an emerging figure on the American journalism scene, whose work and firm belief in diversity have won her wide recognition in the industry. She has covered such issues as demographics, immigration, government, crime, and development. Until recently at DCentric, where she covered race and class relations, Elahe is currently a correspondent at the National Journal, covering Capitol Hill.  Elahe is also a stand-up comedian, writing and performing original comedy routines in venues throughout the D.C.-metro area.


7. Elahe Izadi – The Washington post