Autism Rocks Adds Two Members Of Its Board Of Trustees.

Autism Rocks is an international charitable organization that is based in London, in the United Kingdom. The charitable organization was started by Sanjay Shah after his own son was diagnosed with the condition several years age. The organization seeks to create awareness about the disease, and it also seeks to fund research about autism.

Not long ago, the organization announced that there will be some additions to the board of trustees. There will be two members joining the name, known as Pete and Will Best. The two are brothers, and they are expected to bring a lot of changes in the charitable organization.

Pete and Will have known Shah for many years. The three have had a good relationship for years since they went to the same university. They are well qualified and knowledgeable, a clear indication that they will do very well while working for Autism Rocks. Shah said that he is sure that the two will offer the best due to their professionalism.

After joining Autism Rocks, Pete and Will are expected to serve in several important areas. They will be charged with the responsibility of bringing insight in the board. They will take part in the managerial activities, affairs, musical events and funds of the organization. According to Shah, the two brothers will also be active in decision-making activities of the charitable organization, giving reports to the public concerning the objectives of the company.

Sanjay Shah is the founder of Solo Capital, a boutique investment company that is also based in London too. He started working as an accountant in banks in London before leaving employment to start his company. Solo Capital has grown a lot since its incorporation in 2011, opening branches in several cities.

Shah is a well-known millionaire too, and he is also active in philanthropic activities. He owns several companies in the world, and for years, he has supported children by donating huge sums of money to help them acquire education and become good people in the future. Since he started Autism Rocks, most of his charitable donations have been given there.