Newsweek Expert Forum
Speakers and Authors
About Newsweek Expert Forum
Newsweek Expert Forum is an invitation-only professional organization of senior executives, speakers, authors, and academics.
Newsweek Expert Forum is a fee-based membership organization with approximately 100 to 2,500 members. Its members and headquarters are distributed throughout the world, as it is a fully remote organization.
Newsweek Expert Forum offers publishing privileges to its members. These privileges include featured mentions in academic-focused articles, as well as full bylined articles written by its members in their areas of business, science, and health expertise.
This organization offers networking opportunities via regular virtual events, and private community groups accessible through its member portal website and mobile app.
In order to be eligible for Newsweek Expert Forum, you must be a senior-level executive at a successful company or a CEO, president, vice president, provost, chancellor, or professor with 5+ years of experience. Additionally, your company must generate a minimum of $500K in annual revenue or at least $500K in total institutional funding.
In order to be considered for Newsweek Expert Forum, qualified candidates must either apply for consideration or be referred by existing members. Meeting the minimum requirements alone does not guarantee an invitation to join the organization. Qualified applicants will be screened by a selection committee. If approved, applicants will receive an invitation to join Newsweek Expert Forum.
An annual fee in the range of $1,000 to $2,500 will be due at the time of joining the organization.
The organization’s members work at an array of recognized businesses, most notably: GE Healthcare, Georgetown University, Harvard University, Dale Carnegie, and Ally.
Notable Member Companies
Members of Newsweek Expert Forum belong to some of these companies.
Newsweek Expert Forum Facts
100 - 2,500
$1,000 - $2,500