Our Story

  Having traveled all over the world and meeting so many wonderful people, our founder—Gibson Sylvestre began to see the pain and suffering of so many and refused to be silent and settle for status quo. He saw a need for an organization to bring together multiple groups to collaborate with each other. The World Bank [1]tells us that:

  • The world must produce at least 50% more food by the year 2050 to feed a projected 9 billion people. ​
  • 90% of countries [including many Western nations/ including the U.S.]have at least one legal restriction for women seeking economic opportunities
  • Globally, 1.1 billion people still don’t have access to electricity
  • Climate change could cut crop yields by more than 25% 

Willingly or unwillingly we have been drawn together by the perils we all face such as: 

  • Impending Ecological Catastrophe
  • Looming Economic Catastrophe
  • Grotesque wealth inequality
  • Overpopulation
  • Severe Dwindling of the planets natural resources

Serve The World Forum was formed to bring together the best and brightest in each nation to begin a conversation and a dialogue about change.