Dehkhoda's Annual Event

Fostering the Conditions of Freedom through Servant Leadership:

Reflections and Dialogues on Empathy and Healing in our Communities

Join us for the Dehkhoda Educational Foundation‘s
1st Annual Event in Commemoration of the Juneteenth Celebration

June 21st and 22nd, 2024

International Servant Leaders Museum

9233 Shermer Road, Morton Grove, IL 60053




Preliminary Program:


Unveiling of the Juneteenth Exhibition at the Museum


Classical Concert Performance Featuring:  Cyrus Forough (Internationally acclaimed violinist and pedagogue), Tatyana Stepanova (a noted performer and teacher, praised as a “fine” and “persuasive” pianist by the Chicago Tribune), Richard Bouldrey (A worldwide career as pianist, vocal coach and opera conductor), Natalie Forough (Multitalented young artist presently studying to be an opera singer)  

“Azar’s Persian Kitchen with Love”: Fundraiser Dinner in support of the Dehkhoda Educational Foundation


Stay tuned for full program details!


Hotel Accommodations at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Chicago – North Shore Conference Center

Telephone +1 847-679-7000 


The Foundation’s International Servant Leaders Museum is an inspirational and educational hub, dedicated to exploring how

 we can effectively serve our communities through the principles of servant leadership. By showcasing the inspirational

 examples and stories of international servant leaders, we aim to foster learning and empowerment. Our annual event aims to

 provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and inspire actions for fostering and sustaining the conditions of freedom in our

 communities through the principles and examples of servant leadership. With your support, our museum envisions becoming

 the first world-class museum of its kind.

Azar's Kitchen of Love & Concert125.00 USD
Concert Only40.00 USD
Concert Only (Members)30.00 USD
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