Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Since 2005, Sabrina Lamb, the Founder and CEO of WorldofMoney.org, has dedicated her life to empowering young people through financial education. This organization has made a significant impact in the Tri-State New York City area and globally, earning recognition as a Promise Place by America's Promise Alliance and as one of the top ten social good organizations in America by AOL Impact.
Sabrina leads the annual Youth Financial Education Training Institute, equipping over 8,000 youth, ages 7 - 18 with immersive financial education from skilled experts. WorldofMoney.org has also extended its reach, nationally and globally, establishing partnerships with schools, youth organizations in the United States, Senegal, South Africa and Ghana.
Sabrina has presided over the NASDAQ Opening/Closing ceremonies and testified on Capitol Hill. Her best-selling book, "Do I Look Like An ATM? A Parent's Guide To Raising Financially Educated African-American Children," earned her a nomination for the NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Literary Work. Awarded by Motley Fool as the best financial education app, Sabrina spearheaded the creation of the WorldofMoney Youth Financial Education mobile app and WorldofMoneyOnline.org, helmed by youth for their peers.
Sabrina is also the founder and CEO of Wekeza, which provides family financial education and financial services, such as investing U.S. publicly traded companies, for Black immigrants and native-born African Americans.