What are your ultimate career goals? I understand finances are a delicate dance, sometimes a touchy subject, and often intimidating to clients. I strive to remove the stigma and fear that comes with financial planning to ensure clients are educated and armed with the knowledge to make the soundest financial decisions possible. As a woman of color, I believe true equity occurs when financial literacy is dispensed equally and if you can control your finances, you control your destiny. What makes me unique in the financial industry is my drive to not only continue building wealth for those who have already built a considerable amount, but also open doors for individuals who never had a chance to learn how to accumulate wealth themselves. I want to be a national speaker, influencer, and possibly author to help bring these goals to life in the near future.
What is the best professional advice you ever received? "When something happens in your career and you "take a hit," your strategy is the way you hit them back. For every time you've been underestimated, allow your hard work, constant pursuit of excellence in your career, and increasing growth to hit them back." Kimberly B. Cummings
What’s the one thing you would tell other young professionals looking to advance their careers? Find your passion and get compensated for it.
What piece of advice would you give your 18-year-old self? Know your worth, invest your money, be fearless, embrace life and loved ones, dance, sing, and laugh often.
Your favorite Valley restaurant? Caribbean Palm and the Henry
When you were in elementary school, what did you want to be when you grew up? A doctor
What’s the best show you binged on in the past year? I don't have time to binge or watch TV and would believe that my current life is better than any TV show.
Are you a fan of podcasts? What’s your go-to? The Community Collaborative, The Mujeron, Your Next Move, Girl We Need to Talk, Venus Clapback, Court & Tower, The Whole Story, TEDx and Pivot Play.
Do you want to work from home or return to the office? Hybrid, we should have both.