Jul 22, 2021 09:51 PM EDT
Pierre Subeh’s Journey to Success is An Inspiring Example of The American Dream
Pierre Subeh is an author, business expert, and award-winning executive producer. He is the founder and owner of X Network, a marketing and research company where he also works as a social media expert. He is a recognizable name in the business community and has worked with big brands including Apple, Starbucks, Abbott Laboratories, and Pepsi. He has been featured on Forbes, New York Post, The Washington Post, and CNBC. He is also known for his natural team leadership skills and the ability to establish successful ventures. At 17, Pierre started his journey into entrepreneurship and ran a successful business.
The 22-year-old Syrian immigrant is also well known for his social activism campaigns. He has made it his life goal to work towards equality for Middle Eastern people and represent his heritage in Western society. He has always believed that a combination of technology and marketing could effectively lead to positive social change.
Pierre Subeh was born in Latakia, Syria in 1998. He moved to the Caribbean Island of Curaçao with his family. They settled between the Caribbean and Florida and made it their new home. He graduated from the Florida Virtual School in the Curaçao American Preparatory School Institute and earned a certificate from Harvard Business School. He spent most of his time during the early stages of his career learning the psychology of human behavior and the science behind efficient productivity. Since then, Pierre has been in the business world.
Pierre has made a significant impact by being a part of the movement for recognizing Arab Americans in the United States. He saw the struggle the Arab America Foundation was having when working on state-level changes pushing for April to be National Arab American Heritage Month (NAAHM). They worked for years to achieve this goal, but it wasn't until Pierre got involved that it happened.
The recent rise in the fight for inclusivity made Pierre take a personal initiative to push for the recognition of April as the National Arab American Heritage Month. The move was fueled by the desire to combat the negative post-9/11 sentiments that impacted the Arab American community in many negative ways. Pierre created an initiative to showcase the middle-Eastern heritage and push the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the Biden-Harris Administration to recognize April as the National Arab American Heritage Month (NAAHM). Pierre and his team set up 250 billboards across the country showcasing the Middle-Eastern culture with positive, informative messages.
To his delight, he was able to earn the attention of the White House. In a public letter, President Biden recognized Pierre's efforts and congratulated him and his team. This was a wonderful win for the entire Arab American community.
To Pierre, the campaign marks the start of social change driven by business and marketing strategies. He has committed his marketing and research firm to support future social change campaigns. He is planning on more campaigns in the future to effectively represent the Arab community in the United States.
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