A philanthropist for more than fifteen years, Haleh Tayebi's main passion is advocating for children in need worldwide. To that end, she has been a major benefactor of "Free The Children" organization, funded a school for an orphanage in Swaziland, Africa and is now funding the building of a computer lab for an orphanage in the Dominican Republic. She is also committed to and active in her own community in San Diego and has supported major local organizations, including The House of Iran, Persian Cultural Centre, The replica of the Cyrus Cylinder, among others. Haleh serves on the board of the Iranian American Scholarship Fund. She holds a Bachelor's of Science in Finance and a minor in accounting from Hofstra University in New York. Haleh was also the president of "Total Outsourcing Inc." and in charge of relocation of 2000 WFI (Wireless Facilities Inc.) engineers worldwide. She now resides in Rancho Santa Fe with her husband and three sons.