Deidree H. Golbourne is a NYC/LI based Financial Professional with a national financial planning practice. At her former firm, she was the first Black Woman in her network office to achieve the accolades of Pacesetter First 40 and Pacesetter Second 60, Deidree had a blazing start to providing financial literacy and access to those in the Black and People of Color communities. She finished her first full year at her former firm as the #1 Black Woman in the Eastern Region for her year. Her passion for her people began at the University at Buffalo where she studied African/American Studies and History and was the President of the Black Student Union.
With a diverse clientele, she stresses the importance of generational wealth, cultural upliftment, and financial equity to Black Women, Black Business Owners, and all those in African Disaporic community. While financial access, opportunity, and inclusion do not eradicate the realities of being Black in America, she hopes that providing advise in these areas brings a sense of comfort. She plans on creating more scholarships, seminars, and mentoring opportunities to those in the New York City & Long Island areas in hopes of creating wealth by her people, for her people.
Outside of financial advising, Deidree has a passion in African/African-American Cultural History. She educates on Black Music, Black Film, and the beauty of Black Cultural expression. She also enjoys running, collecting vinyl records, and going to go see the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. She hopes to spread the importance of Black Wealth and richness of Black Culture into every walk of life. Her quote to live by “If they don't give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.“ - Shirley Chisholm