We adhere to core values and together explore ways to finance projects that align with those values.”
I’m the daughter of a NYPD homicide detective and a NYC public school secretary.
Grit, hard work, and goal setting were drilled into me as far back as I can remember. If you wanted something, you had to work for it.
I was intrigued by money from a very young age. How to earn it, how to save it and how to stretch it. In 5th grade I got a paper route and delivered papers at 5:30am rain or shine for 3 years straight. The power of earning my own dollar really excited me.
I was blessed to attend an all-girls private school on Staten Island for my four years of high school. I was surrounded by strong women who competed at every level while also supporting one another. Every girl had a “seat at the table” so to speak; so when I entered college and the male dominated world of Wall Street, I never hesitated to speak my mind or go after what I wanted.
I’m a competitor and I never back down from a challenge.
I grew up playing basketball and was blessed to earn a college scholarship playing the game I love. I have run three marathons. Sports have taught me so many life lessons and even more about myself. I like to push myself and see what is possible.
Kinneret does not measure success the way most of Wall Street does, which is a major reason the day-to-day process can have a cleaner, more organic focus. We adhere to core values and together explore ways to finance projects that align with those values.