“Nothing will work unless you do.” - Dr. 
Maya Angelou

Who We Are

Each individual in Sikhcess believes passionately in the ability and effectiveness of transforming and enriching the communities in which we live.

cc5The people behind Sikhcess continually strive to exceed our milestones.  We are all volunteers, and realize that the greatest impact must sometimes be made in a limited amount of time — for that reason we work at a feverish pace.  We constantly evaluate our progress, making sure we’re on the right path – on the track of selfless service and an undying love for helping people around us.

This work isn’t easy, but we work to make it easier.

We face a constant battle with this dilemma – and we believe the solution lies in empowering ourselves and the people we serve in tandem.  It is this attitude of working hand-in-hand with other volunteers and the people whom we are serving that each one of us, and each person around us rapidly grows to be more educated, more of a leader, and better equipped to live a successful, meaningful life.

Despite the odds, those who join our network and excel are true change-agents who won’t stop until we’ve created a real change in our own communities.

> Sikhcess Leadership

Board of Directors / Leadership Team

Our Board of Directors includes individuals with extensive experience in advocacy and activism, policy, politics, and business. The Board oversees the work done by Sikhcess and helps to ensure the organization is making progress towards achieving our mission.  Sikhcess is an extremely unique organization, where each of the directors is also responsible for helping to direct and implement our strategy.

Advisory Board

Our mandate is developed in collaboration with a team of experts who have extensive experience in development policy, advocacy and selfless service in Asia, the United States, Canada, and Europe.

> The History Behind Sikhcess

Sikhcess started in 2001, when a group of like-minded people saw the disparaging effects that discrimination, racism, and hate brought into their communities.

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