With a rich educational background in Communications and African Studies from Adelphi University, she embarked on a 25-year-long career in executive media sales, culminating in a District Manager role in New York. Throughout her tenure, Nadine spearheaded strategy and revenue growth for prestigious internet brands such as ZDNet, CNET, CMP Media, Geeknet, Digg, and Dstillery. Her leadership was instrumental in navigating the digital transition for Fortune 100 companies including IBM, Dell, Verizon, and Kodak. Under her guidance, sales teams flourished, consistently exceeding their goals in sales, revenue, marketing, and team building. This successful period in media sales laid the groundwork for Nadine’s passion for entrepreneurship, leading her to the financial industry in 2013. In this new chapter, she found a harmonious blend of entrepreneurship, philanthropy, and business growth, focusing on individuals rather than corporations, and dedicating herself to improving their financial outlook through quality solutions, education, and implementation.
Nadine’s passions are deeply rooted in effective communication, personal development, and community service. A lifelong learner and an advocate for living a “peak life,” she engages in outdoor activities, challenges herself through books and wellness, and has even completed a Spartan Race with plans for more. Public speaking is where her heart truly lies, allowing her to weave impactful stories that resonate long after she’s done speaking. Her commitment to mentoring youth, especially in underserved communities, led her to significant roles with Path To College and CLE’, a Haitian Women’s Organization. Her dedication to inclusion and access was recognized when she graduated from the Equity Entrepreneurship Center, focusing on women and minority inclusion in Palm Beach County. Nadine’s mission is clear: to ensure everyone has access to the best in life, integrating community, faith, and support for women and children into her life’s work.
Nadine is described by words such as conscious, passionate, creative, and intuitive—a connector and communicator at heart. She seeks to work with those who face difficult journeys, particularly women over 50 looking to reinvent their lives, and single mothers in need of hope and solutions. Her life’s mission is to leave people feeling better than before they met her, fostering an environment of trust, faith, and belief. Inspired by her grandmother’s daycare business in the 1970s, Nadine has always had a special intuition and bond with children, which people feel in her presence. A champion for children, the elderly, and women’s causes, she effortlessly connects with others, offering hope, promise, and direction. Nadine’s story is a testament to the power of personal development, philanthropy, and the impact of one individual’s commitment to making a difference in the lives of many.