Fostering Entrepenuralship and Economic Regeneration in Underserved Communities
World Won Development partners provide access to resources for entrepreneurs at every level of development
Business Development Services
Building stronger communities through economic growth
We work with community leaders and businesses to create programs that improve and benefit the community at large
Diversity & Inclusion
Change Requires Courage. We cultivate Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion by making it Easy, Different, and Innovative.
Some Reasons to Work
Dedicated to providing a hand up
to under served communities
Over $1,000,000.00 from private businesses, foundations, and individual donations in funding for community-based programs.
proven community development leadership
Charles Harper is the Executive Director of World Won Development. Embracing the core values of integrity, servant leadership, commitment, and intuition, Charles leads by example. His contagious enthusiasm instills his team members with extraordinary energy and dedication. He has received honorary citations from Senator Kevin Matthews, State Representative Regina Goodwin, and District 1 City Councilor, Vanessa Hall-Harper. He is also a 2020 Martin Luther King, Jr. Trailblazer Award recipient from the Terence Crutcher Foundation. Recently adding Radio Personality to his resume, Mr. Harper and his business partner have a weekly radio show on KBOB 89.9 FM, called World Won Development’s News You Can Use. He is a native of Arkansas but has been a part of the Tulsa community since 2000.
Changing the narrative & perception of the people in under served communities
Working with the District 1 City Councilor, local, state, and federal agencies, World Won Development has mobilized hundreds of people to positively impact the lives of underserved communities. World Won Development received an invitation to present its programs to a delegation in Washington, DC. and was also allowed to host training in Tulsa, at one of its facilities, to address the opioid crisis, trauma, substance abuse, and mental health issues.