We focus on solutions
At Thank Me Later, we are committed to guiding professional, Black women through the steps to get their financial life in order. This is how we make a generational impact!
Because once you get your financial house together, other areas of your life will follow. You influence those around you to elevate their money moves. It’s the butterfly effect.
The T in Thank Me Later stands for Transformation!
worth of assets transferred through our Black Women Will Homecoming signature event
members of the Thank Me Later community empowered to manage their money better, and teach their families to do the same
questions answered in our curriculum, Take Care Of Your Damn Self, about topics such as taxes, insurance, financial aid and more
companies and organizations engaged in our programs to impact Black families for generations
Meet The Team
CEO and Founder
When it comes to building a thriving business or taking your personal finances to the next level, Jini is the woman you want on your team! She is an entrepreneur, author, and finance expert in media. Our fearless leader is the visionary behind the Thank Me Later brand pillars and activations that empower Black women to confidently build and transfer wealth. She also leads the financial lives of some of the brightest talent in the entertainment industry – the definition of a #girlboss!
Marketing & Sponsorships Director
What do you get when you combine strategy, systems and storytelling, plus a heavy dose of positive vibes? Our marketing maven, Teyonna! She uses her 10+ years of experience in communications to oversee our brand marketing, programming and sponsorships outreach. She also manages projects and supports the development of new products that help women transform their finances.
Programs / Events Manager
Working in New York City for 10 years in hospitality and special event production at Tao Group NYC, has helped Lauren succeed in Atlanta as the Production & Events Manager for Thank Me Later. Developing, executing, and facilitating events that leave not only lasting memories but impact as well. Lauren also leads the team’s annual initiative, “Black Women Will” helping hundreds of women to prepare estate documents, for free.
Social Media Manager
At the heart of Thank Me Later is community, and Courtney keeps her pulse on everything that’s happening with our tribe! She manages our social media and private community for women, while also supporting our marketing efforts overall. She also owns her own social media agency, Essence Creatives & Branding, where she helps clients take their digital presence to the next level.
What We Do
The Thank Me Later experience is like none other. We take a creative approach to money with our out-of-the-box ideas and transparent conversations. We walk along women on their unique financial journey, cheering for them every step of the way.
If you’re a company looking to partner with a unique financial literacy brand that empowers Black women, we would love to work with you.
Our services include:
- Teaching our curriculum to parents of young adults who want their kids to be financially independent
- Hosting financial literacy speaking engagements and workshops
- Planning will clinics and events centered around estate planning
- Producing professional video content about a variety of financial topics (i.e insurance, credit) and life experiences that have a financial impact (i.e. what to do when a loved one passes away, teen driving)
We can also create custom experiences based on your company’s goals!
Our Competitive Advantage…
We take the strengths of our dream team and the women in our network and use them to change the narrative around money. Here’s a few traits that make us unique:
- Strong content creation and event planning capabilities
- Access to a professional production studio
- A vast network of subject matter experts who can speak on a variety of topics that have a financial impact
- Unique access to the entertainment industry
Get a glimpse of our content creation capabilities by checking out our episode of Thank Me Later Real Life: The Business Of Black Love.