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Inspiring Conversations with Rianka Dorsainvil of 2050 Wealth Partners

Today we’d like to introduce you to Rianka Dorsainvil.

Hi Rianka, so excited to have you with us today. What can you tell us about your story?In college, I had no idea that financial planning was a profession. After bouncing around among a few different majors, I knew that I had a love for math and talking to people. I took one elective personal finance class and it blew my mind. That’s when I started learning about credit scores and how they are derived, disability insurance, retirement planning, and Social Security. I became so excited and went to my professor to see if I could take more classes, only to find out that there was an entire curriculum dedicated to becoming a CFP® professional.

I’m the type of person who if I learn something and I feel like it’s going to help others, I’m going to share it. Even in college, I became the go-to person on campus for financial questions and helped my classmates understand the financial implications of their actions. Since then, I decided that my generation is going to be educated when it comes to personal finance. And I know I can’t help everybody, but for those I can help, I will.

I left Corporate America in 2015 to launch my firm, Your Greatest Contribution, and then merged with my business partner and co-CEO, Lazetta Braxton, in 2020 to form 2050 Wealth Partners.

As the co-CEO and one of the Lead Financial Planners at 2050 Wealth Partners, I focus on empowering entrepreneurs and first-generation wealth builders to own their money story and pursue their biggest dreams. I believe the first-generation wealth-builders are a community that has been underserved by the financial planning profession for too long – and I am here to help change the tides.

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way? Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?

The road has not been smooth, however, I believe with every test, there is a testimony. I started my financial planning firm with zero clients. Imposter Syndrome certainly kicked and I did not let that stop me. Within the first week of virtually opening my firm doors, I had my first client.



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