Today's Chicago Woman Features Shermin Kruse's Humanitarian Mission
Barack Ferrazzano Partner Shermin Kruse is featured in the November issue of Today's Chicago Woman magazine. The article, "Shermin Kruse's Mission," is an in-depth look at Kruse's support of the Karam Foundation and its Zeitouna Program. The Karam Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to resolving humanitarian crises and inspiring hope for those struggling in Syria and around the world. Kruse discusses her commitment to advocacy and aid for the global community, including her plans and goals for Karam's humanitarian mission to the Turkey/Syrian border to provide education and aid to Syrian refugees.
Kruse is the Co-founder & Director of Pasfarda Arts & Cultural Exchange, an organization committed to the promotion and global exchange of arts and culture between the U.S. and Iran. Her first novel, Butterfly Stitching, is a story about the struggles of two Iranian women, loosely based on her childhood and family's experience living in and emigrating from Iran. It was published in May 2014 and is now available on Amazon.
To read "Shermin Kruse's Mission" in Today's Chicago Woman, please click here.