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10:00-11:00 World of Money, Sabrina Lamb 11:00- 12:00 Noon;Dr. Carlton Highsmith

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Sabrina Lamb is the Founder/Executive Director of the WorldofMoney.org,dedicated to the financial literacy of underserved youth in the New York City area. Under her leadership,she has spearheaded a yearly Summer Financial Literacy Training Institute, attracting financial experts adept in teaching youth disciplined saving, stocks/bonds,real estate investment,insurance, et al. Sabrina teaches youth, wealth mindsets, money etiquette and teenage product marketing.Sabrina and the youth of WorldofMoney.org have presided over the NASDAQ Opening and Closing Ceremony.She is an annual workshop presenter at the TASE New York State After School Conference. CARLTON HIGHSMITH: Carlton Highsmith received a BA in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2008 he received Honorary Doctorate degrees from Quinnipiac University and Albertus Magnus College. During his career he has completed executive training programs at Duke University’s Fuqua Graduate School of Business, Dartmouth’s Tuck Graduate School of Business, and Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business. He received package design and engineering training from Rochester Institute of Technology and Michigan State University. From 1974 to 1983 Highsmith held managerial positions in corporate planning, marketing and product development at Rexham Corp. (Charlotte, NC) and Amstar Corp. (New York, NY) In 1983, Highsmith founded Specialized Packaging (SPG) in New Haven, Connecticut as a package design, marketing and engineering firm. By 2009 SPG had grown to become the largest minority-owned manufacturer of paperboard packaging in North America, with annual revenues of over $160 million. The company ranked as high as 26th on Black Enterprise Magazine’s BE 100’s, the prestigious list of the largest and most successful minority-owned businesses in America. The company grew to become the largest minority owned manufacturing company in the state of Connecticut.

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