Wekeza democratizes access for all to invest by purchasing whole and fractional shares in United States’ publicly traded companies – for zero trading fees. Two: Founded in 2005, the WorldofMoney is the leading provider of immersive online and classroom financial education for ages 7 - 18. Over 7,000 youth have received 120 classroom hours of financial and entrepreneurial education during the annual Youth Financial Education Training Institute. This approach has steadily broken a generational cycle and changed the way youth and their parents understand their money. Mandarin Chinese and Excel and community service is included. Our immersive curriculum equips children with five tenets for a financially responsible and philanthropic life: learn, earn, save, invest and donate. The WorldofMoney also partners with schools, youth organizations, and school districts through the licensing of the WorldofMoneyOnline.org. 160 financial education lessons are helmed by WorldofMoney graduates for their young peers: https://www.WorldofMoneyOnline.org. The WorldofMoney’s youth financial education mobile app is used globally, with partners in Senegal, Rwanda, Ghana and South Africa. The notable Motley Fool named the WorldofMoney has the “Best Overall Financial Education App for All”. The organization was selected as a Promise Place by America's Promise Alliance and by AOL Impact as one of ten top social good organizations in America.
Sabrina Lamb is the Founder and Executive Director of the WorldofMoney.org, the leading provider of immersive youth financial education in the United States and in African countries. Since 2005, she has helmed the organization's Youth Financial Education Training Institute, attracting financial experts adept in teaching youth 120 annual classroom hours of immersive financial education for over 7,000 youth. Sabrina presided over the NASDAQ Opening/Closing ceremonies and testified on Capitol Hill before the House Sub-Committee Financial Services. Major publishers have published Sabrina’s six books; "A Kettle of Vultures Left Beak Marks On My Forehead" (Simon and Schuster) and as well as the NAACP Image Awards nominated Outstanding Literary Work-Instructional book "Do I Look Like An ATM? A Parent's Guide To Raising Financially Educated African-American Children" (Chicago Review Press). Sabrina is also the Founder and CEO of Wekeza, a fintech startup, which will democratize access for investing and financial education for the African-Americans and the diaspora. Wekeza is the first Black-owned invest-fintech created by an African-American woman and team. Sabrina was a WBLS-FM correspondent during three Democratic National Conventions and presidential inaugurations. She co-hosted "The Morning Show" on 1600 WWRL in New York, interviewing cultural figures to government officials. Sabrina co-hosted the highly-rated “Open Line,” “Week In Review” and “Wake-Up Club” on WRKS-FM. Sabrina, a former stand-up comedian, starred in Lifetime Television's Girl's Night Out, where she wove her comedic skills around serious issues. Other credits include CNN, MSNBC, CNBC-TV, News One Now with Roland Martin, Tom Joyner Morning Show and NBC's Saturday Night Live. Sabrina has written cover stories for Essence, Heart and Soul and Black Elegance. Sabrina also hosted/produced “Laughing, Lying and Signifying: The History of Black Comedy” on WBAI-FM. Her award winning Off-Broadway woman play "The Trial of Marissa Alexander" had a sold out run at the Cherry Lane Theater in New York City. Sabrina has completed three New York City marathons. She is an HBCU graduate of Lincoln University (PA).
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