Nadia and Nicole M.B.A. have made it their mission to help others quickly begin mastering their money and improve the quality of their and their families lives.
The twins have a loyal following of tens of thousands of like minded individuals who believe that investing, and financial literacy are crucial to building long term wealth.
Helping others improve the quality of their lives and pursue their dreams by utilizing money as a lever of change.
Nadia & Nicole grew up poor in one of New York City’s toughest housing projects. When the twins were 9 years old, their father became addicted to crack cocaine. Their mother took on the primary role of raising them and often worked 7 days a week to make ends meet.
They learned from their mother that with hard work, perseverance, prioritization of needs you could still stay afloat.
Money was always a source of stress so to take some of the financial burden off of their mother, the twins began saving at an early age.
Developing the skill of saving cultivated an appreciation of learning how to continue to manage and invest their money to change their lives.
Despite their hardships, the twins excelled in school and sports. They attended Columbia College at Columbia University and earned their black belts in Taekwondo.
In 2000 the twins began working at the prestigious investment bank Goldman Sachs & Co. They worked multiple positions at the firm including back and front office. They both passed their Series 7 and Series 63 license exams while at the firm. Additionally, Nicole obtained her Masters In Business Administration from NYU Stern School of Business.
After several years of working at Goldman Sachs the twins pursued careers in Management Consulting. As management consultants, Nadia and Nicole gained extensive project management skills and increased their knowledge of the finance industry working for many of the top banks around the world.
Utilizing the skills they learned through their careers, the twins both decided to become investors and entrepreneurs to give them more freedom and control over their lives instead of continuing their careers in the corporate world.