Tahmineh Dehbozorgi is a multilingual journalist and advocate with extensive background in public relations and media. Tahmineh is a regular commentator on national and local news media, discussing regulations, elections, and foreign policy. She is currently a Juris Doctor candidate at The George Washington University Law School, focusing on National Security and Cybersecurity Law.

Her professional experience includes a summer associate role at AT&T Global Public Policy, where she worked on cybersecurity and consumer privacy regulatory matters. Tahmineh also served as a law clerk at the Federal Communications Commission, gaining insights into communications law and regulatory processes. She further contributed her skills as a clerk for the New Civil Liberties Alliance, concentrating on Constitutional Law impact litigation. Tahmineh graduated from UCLA in 2020 with a BA in political science, conducting empirical research on public opinion and the political process. Tahmineh is a member of the Federalist Society and The George Washington University Singers. She enjoys doing watercolor painting and hiking outdoors with her dog, Borzoo.