Sanjay Shah welcome two new Trustees to Autism Rocks

Pete and Will Best will be the newest trustee members to join the charity, Autism Rocks according to The Sunday Times. Sanjay Shah, who is the owner and founder of the charity, will be bringing on his longtime friends to the industry to help affiliate and assist in the fundraising events. Shah has known the brother duo since his college university days and believes they will bring immeasurable experience and expertise to the industry. Autism Rocks is a charity based out of London that helps aid in raising money for the cause and research of autism. Sanjay, along with Will and Pete, will be able to help increase the awareness and help others understand how important it is to inform communities about the signs and symptoms of the neurological disorder.
Pete Best will bring over 21 years of experience in the finance industry according to CompanycheckUK. His skills will be essential to the fundraising and money management process of Autism Rocks. Will Best has been in the music industry since the beginning of his career, so he will be responsible for helping to organized and facilitate the future arrangements with music artists and their staged concerts. The two together, Shah believes, will bring huge measures of development and growth to Autism Rocks.

Shah the founder of Solo Capital, has been staging concerts with some of the most famous musicians in the industry since the launch of his charity, Autism Rocks. It wasn’t until a visit with his friend, Snoop Dogg, who urged him to get back into the music industry, which he figured out just how he wanted to help with the condition. Shah had been in the music industry before and was able retrieve to some his roots to set up an invitation only charity event with music concerts. He has worked with some of the most famous music artists in the industry such as Lenny Kravitz, Prince and Drake. His passion for researching and helping in the autism functions stem from the diagnosis of his youngest son. He was two years old at the time of his diagnosis, and Shah wanted to be able to help him as much as possible and in a sense “fix” it. After finding out that he just can’t fix it, he wanted to do the next best thing, which was to find out as much as possible about it and aid in the research.

Shah spent a number of years in the accounting industry before pursuing his passion to help with autism. He ended his accounting career when he started his own business, called Solo Capital. It’s a proprietary trading and investment firm that has grown tremendously in the past few years, allowing Shah to retire. His success with Solo Capital and his exceptional management team had lead him the freedom to continue his success with Autism Rocks.