PAND Society was established for the purpose of helping Persian Americans to:
Foster professional relationships with one another to encourage and maintain high professional standards, ethics and best practices in the workplace.
Personal relationships with other like minded members.
Give Society members an opportunity to represent Persian Americans to the public.
And promote servant leadership within the communities in which we live.
Professional Growth & Integrity
PAND Society established its credibility through organic growth within the community. Two principle methods are the successful cornerstones that continue this tradition: 1. Member recommendations through personal referrals. 2. The fact that members are solicited only by endorsed invitations from the existing membership body. This prudent and well considered policy ensures the integrity to PAND’s vision and purpose that enhances confidence and trust among the members.
PAND Society holds general sessions on a regular basis. The new members are also introduced and welcomed into the society. General Sessions are a great platform for the members to introduce them and their services to the other society members.
General Sessions also provide a wonderful opportunity for:
- Members to engage in face-to-face
- Develop strong professional networking
- Create new personal relationships and bonds
PAND society lecture series are conducted by peer member professionals or invited guest speakers. These series serve a two-fold purpose:
1. Addressing the most current pressing issues facing the organization and its members.
2. Dissemination of professional business knowledge to help new members learn or enhance essential skills
3. Motivate members to actively participate in meetings and the community.
Many Iranians chose to make the United States of America their home. It was early 2009 that a small group of Iranian business professionals gathered with the intent of exploring ways of furthering business opportunity and development and the social good of our community. During this meeting the idea of establishing a prestigious society for the growing community of Iranian professionals was born. This society would seek out Persian business professionals and entrepreneurs with a high level of expertise and who equally professed high ethical standards.