Since 2005, author Sabrina Lamb has been the Founding Chief Executive Officer of the WorldofMoney.org, a leading provider of financial education of underserved youth in the New York City Tri-State area. Under her leadership, she has spearheaded the WorldofMoney.org Youth Financial Education Training Institute, attracting financial experts, whom are adept in teaching youth disciplined saving, stocks/bonds, real estate investment, insurance, et al. Under Sabrina’s leadership, the WorldofMoney.org is a member of New York City’s Financial Education Network, the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, Council of Urban Professionals, 89 Broads, the Harlem Chamber of Commerce and listed as a "Who’s Who in Black New York."
Sabrina is a 2013 Inductee into the NBC News/TheGrio 100 and is also a contributor to the Huffington Post. She is also the recipient of the BDPA Small Business Innovator Award, Rainbow Push/Wall Street Project Honors, New York State Z-Hope Award, NV Magazine 2011 Movers & Shakers, National Black MBA New York Metro Chapter Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Sabrina has also been nominated for countless national service awards. Sabrina has promoted the cause of youth financial education through workshops and speaking engagements nationwide. Sabrina focuses WorldofMoney.org philanthropic efforts on Charity Water, Haitian Relief and Shoes For Liberia.
Sabrina and the youth of WorldofMoney.org have presided over the NASDAQ Opening and Closing Ceremony. She has been designated as New York 1 Television’s “New Yorker Of The Week”, Fox Business Network, WCBS-TV, ABC's Good Morning America and WNBC-TV and Australian television’s “Weekend Sunrise”. Her commitment to professional excellence and devotion to the cause of financial education is only matched by her commitment to youth. Prior to creating the WorldofMoney.org, Sabrina spent several years as a volunteer at the Harlem Hospital Border Baby Unit. She is the best-selling author of the satirical "A Kettle Of Vultures...Left Beak Marks On My Forehead" (Simon and Schuster) and the 2013 publication of “Do I Look Like An ATM? A Parent's Guide To Raising Financially Responsible Children.” (Chicago Review Press).
Sabrina, a noted media commentator and former stand-up comedian, was named 16th on the list of 50 Top Black Women in Entertainment in Black Noir magazine. She has written cover stories for Essence, Heart and Soul and Black Elegance on subjects including from Gladys Knight, The Evolving Black Church, Why Women Love Bad Boys to Surviving The Holidays with Your Family. Sabrina was featured in Essence magazine and was the columnist to Black Elegance Magazine's He Say/She Say column. She is a three time finisher in the New York City Marathon. Sabrina graduated from Lincoln University and attended St. John's University School of Law.