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TONEISHA FRIDAY
Founder + Executive Director

It's what she did and continues to do. Toneisha took the idea of helping young women better understand their finances to a reality of a business in less than 4 months. She has a genuine passion for the non-profit sector, serving on the advisory board of DoSomething.org since 2015. Toneisha received her BA in Journalism and Anthropology from Seton Hall University and her MBA in General Management from Centenary University. Toneisha is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI). When Toneisha isn’t bossing up with other women, she’s playing interior decorator for close friends and family.

 
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MONIQUE JACKSON
Vice President, PROGRAM STRATEGY + MANAGEMENT

Nothing promised happens without hard work and Monique believes firmly in that. From the field to the sales floor to the office, she is able to lead the room on an operational and financial journey while invoking your inner most passions. Education is at the forefront of Monique's passions as she believes it is the breakthrough for any movement, success and adventure.  Monique received her BA in Accounting from Rutgers University - New Brunswick and her MBA in Finance from the University of Florida.  When Monique isn't driving sales you can find her in Barnes and Noble with a book and cup of tea. 

 

Emike Omogbai
Director, YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ACTIVATION

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Hard work is always required in order to achieve anything significant. Emike is a firm believer in that adage, especially when it comes to community development. Civic engagement has always been tremendously important to her. Currently, Emike serves as a Leadership Newark Public Policy Fellow. She received her BA in English and History from Emory University and her MBA in Marketing from Clark Atlanta University. When Emike’s not serving the community, you may spot her on a plane or train, as she is an avid traveler!