Preschool Partnership Teachers
Sheena Robinson, The Financial Parent Consultant, is a financial educator, transformational speaker, entrepreneur, an author of Financial Parenthood: The Keys to Raising a Rich Kid. She is a native of Arkansas and a graduate of Ouachita Baptist University with degrees in Communications and Business. She has been in the financial industry since 2008 teaching life changing concepts to help people increase their net worth.
She is the Founder of Financial Parent Academy. She is also the CEO and Founder of Diva 4 Wealth, an organization dedicated to restoring women through financial education. She conducts various seminars throughout the year centered on the organization’s core values: Education, Empowerment, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Success. She runs her own insurance and retirement firm in Duluth, Ga.
Because of her love for young people and her desire to see them succeed, she created the Royalt Financial Headstart Program. She is also the host of Heart2Heart with Shee, a talk show dedicated to the needs of young people. She is the ministry leader for Thrive with Shee, an online non-traditional Christian community that focuses on helping people prosper.
Sheena is committed to a life of service. She loves spending time with her circle of love and impacting people daily by helping them discover their full potential.
Marvetta Fields is a leading financial educator, community leader, and entrepreneur. As a graduate of Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia, Ms. Fields obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications and went on to work as a broadcast media professional for 30 years with 26 years of service at Turner Broadcasting System, Inc in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2011, she joined the financial industry where she has over five years of experience teaching others how to become financially fit.
Throughout the course of her career, Ms. Fields has utilized her extensive knowledge of the financial world by teaching financial education and management at college campuses, high school career fairs, preschools, churches, and other community organizations. In addition, she runs her own firm as an Independent Licensed Financial and Benefits Professional with current Life, Health and Accident insurance licenses in four states. She works with small business owners to create benefit packages for employees and presentations on financial wellness and professionalism in the work place.
As a financial professional, Ms. Fields is very adamant about seeing the 21st Century youth live the best life possible. She serves as a College Consultant for Heartland Institute of Financial Education (HIFE) where she helps to educate parents and students on the college planning process and “How to do College Right.”
Her expertise and knowledge has empowered parents to help their children break the mindset of bondage and transform to a mindset of breakthrough. The sincerity she has in helping others in the community is the ultimate driving force behind her dedication. Because of her leadership and commitment to service, she was asked to serve as a Board Member for Financial Parent Academy, a non-profit dedicated to helping low and middle income families on their journey to financial success.
Ms. Fields is the former CEO of The Mary Tipton Foundation, an organization geared toward providing medical, mental health, and substance abuse services to underserved individuals. She was very instrumental in the success of the structure of the organization. She started the annual 5k walk/run as well as the Music with a Mission fundraising events.
When not working, Marvetta loves spending time with her daughter and family. She has done extensive traveling around the world to South Africa, Hong Kong, Paris, Amsterdam, Brazil, Canada, along with 43 US states. Moreover, she has a passion for helping others and has spent time volunteering in the community over 30 years both with her Sorority, Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., as well as Girl Scouts of America. Ms. Fields’s ultimate goal is to see a society where at-risk individuals have access to the services they are deserving of and also to provide families with education and advice on wealth and finances that will last for generations.