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Let's Talk About Finances and Wealth with My Special Guest Sabrina L B Jackson

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we have a responsibility to live up to the legacy of those who came before us, by doing all we can to help those who will come after us.” – First Lady, Michelle Obama

 

Sabrina is a pioneer for financial education within the African American community. In her 20+ years in the finance industry she recognized the trend for African Americans to be Wealth Spenders instead of Wealth Creators. Despite having the purchasing power of nearly $1.1 Trillion, we trail other cultures in entrepreneurship and land ownership. Our community has come to thrive on the instant gratification associated with spending its wealth and seem to have dismissed the long-term benefits of collectively creating wealth and all it affords.

Although not a parent herself, Sabrina has always felt it important that each generation leaves a legacy for the next. “We have to get back to the basics of passing down a heritage of strong work ethics, good moral standards and a solid financial foundation.” The current trend will have our future generations desperate and broke. The cycle is broken through education, then implementation with a trusted, knowledgeable professional. She’s proud of her accomplishments as a financial educator, financial planner and retirement specialist. She has recently appeared as a guest on Cox 11’s The VAdio Show, Segment #3: Ballin vs Bills, the radio talk show Money Matters and A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith (radio). Sabrina also does loads of charitable work, teen mentoring and speaking engagements within Hampton Roads. She believes she was “called” to serve and welcomes the opportunity to promote financial wellness that will impact change for our future generations.

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