Newtown Business Owner Accepted Into Forbes Nonprofit Council
Sattie Persaud, a Newtown resident and business owner, and founder of World Heritage Cultural Center (WHCC), a nonprofit that promotes unity in diversity and cultural acceptance through the arts, has been accepted into Forbes Nonprofit Council, an invitation-only community for chief executives in successful nonprofit organizations.
Persaud was selected by a review committee based on the depth and diversity of her experience. Criteria for acceptance include a track record of successfully impacting business growth metrics, as well as personal and professional achievements and honors.
As a member of the Council, Persaud has access to a variety of exclusive opportunities designed to help her reach peak professional influence. She will connect and collaborate with other respected leaders in a private forum. Persaud will also have the opportunity to share her expert insights in original articles and contribute to published Expert Panels alongside other experts on Forbes.com.
Finally, Persaud will benefit from exclusive access to membership-branded marketing collateral, high-touch support from the Forbes Council’s member concierge team, and complimentary membership in EXEC — the luxury hotel, travel, lifestyle, and business benefits program.
“I am deeply grateful and honored for this incredible opportunity,” Persaud said, “to be part of the trusted and credible community of the Forbes Nonprofit Council, which will provide opportunities to gain experience, share, and empower. This milestone experience will have a profound impact on my nonprofit, World Heritage Cultural Center, and my own personal growth. It is very humbling and rewarding to be recognized for our mission, hard work, and dedication to changing society in a way where people can contribute to what matters most — humanity.”