Sabrina Lamb

Sabrina Lamb
Sabrina Lamb
Founder, CEO,

Sabrina Lamb is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Wekeza, Inc, a U.S. based fintech corporation, which leverages its proprietary mobile app platform to enable African citizens to invest by purchasing fractional or whole shares in companies publicly traded on the U.S. stock exchanges. Since 2005, Sabrina has been the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at the WorldofMoney.org, dedicated to the immersive classroom and mobile app financial education of youth in the United States and in Ghana, Senegal, South Africa and Rwanda. Sabrina is a NAACP Image Awards nominee in Outstanding Literary Work-Instructional for her book “Do I Look Like An ATM? A Parent’s Guide To Raising Financially Educated African-American Children”. Sabrina has appeared during the Silicon Harlem, Haiti Tech Summit, Harlem Tech Summit, Sustainopia and the global Money 20/20 conference. Sabrina is a graduate of the Y Combinator Start Up School, member of the Master Your Card African-American Advisory Council and a global advocate
for financial inclusion.

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