It’s no secret we are facing one of the most challenging financial times of the last few decades as we weather the coronavirus storm to the best of our ability. Thousands of people have lost their jobs, their prospects, and their futures, with income vanishing in a blink. Gaby Wall Street is on a mission to change that.
In the mist of this economic crisis, we want to put a spotlight on movements like the Latino Wall Street concept championed by Gabriela Berrospi. Financial education is now more important than it has ever been. Believing her unique experience and skillset can help her show Latinos how they can make money from home right now, the Latino Wall Street movement is poised to be the key to financial independence for so many hard-working people today and has become the number one Spanish platform for educating Latina women about the stock market.
Who is Gaby Wall Street?
Gabriela Berrospi is a self-made woman, investor, financial expert, teacher, mentor, speaker, and dreamer, touted as the face of the financial Latina movement today. She is a graduate from the prestigious British School located in Lima, Peru, later completing education at NYU.
Exposed to Wall Street during her teenage years, igniting a curiosity for buying and selling stocks from home, Gabriela feverishly gained stock trading experience she could share with friends, family, and those in need. As she forayed deeper into finance, she discovered as a Latina woman, she was certainly a minority in the industry. She dedicated her life to sharing this important information with those in her community.
Sharing Vital Info About Wall Street
Gabriela is on a mission to share her knowledge with the general public so that something as taboo and intimidating as stock trading can be more accessible to people. She is particularly keen on helping Latina women since that ethnic minority is wholly left out of financial conversations and business opportunities today. Through Gaby Wall Street, Gabriela is hands-on every day in helping to lift Latina women into higher realms of socioeconomic standing that produces a better, more rounded standard of living.
In addition to working with the public, Gabriela also offers private, one-on-one training sessions where she teaches students about money strategies, earnings, and savings. At the same time, Gabriela works to improve the mentality in her female students, helping them to grow their confidence and prowess in an often demanding and competitive industry.
Empowering Latina Women
Now is a time in which everyone needs to find new ways to earn a living from home. Gabriela was already teaching Latina women how to generate income sitting at home, perusing the Stock Exchange and converting that information into capital. Determined to pass on her knowledge, experience, and expertise to the women who need it most, Gabriela has helped thousands of women open their eyes and consider the benefits of learning more about Wall Street.
“At times, it can be discouraging at the lack of Latina women interested in this kind of future,” said Gabriela. “Most Latina women have to do it all – they have to care for their kids and families, too. What they don’t realize is that while they’re caring for their families, they can be making a comfortable living right through their computers or mobile devices.”
It Takes a Village
Gabriela works closely with her two co-founders, Alan Burak and Tony Delgado, in the execution of her financial mentoring. Burak brings experience as a Hedge Fund Manager to the table, with Delgado demonstrating his track record in entrepreneurial endeavors and investments. Altogether, the trifecta leverages business, money management, and investment expertise that is simply unmatched.
Though Gabriela’s life has been anything but smooth sailing, she has used hardship and adversity as the bedrock for her platform today. Her determination to help the Latina community, especially Latina women, is at the core of her being.