Rianka R. Dorsainvil
Rianka R. Dorsainvil is founder and president of Your Greatest Contribution (YGC), a virtual fee-only comprehensive financial planning firm dedicated to servings entrepreneurs and professionals in their late 20's, 30's and 40's. As a certified financial planner, Dorsainvil approaches financial planning with a strong emphasis on financial education and provides business owners, individuals and families with the tools to make informed financial decisions.
Prior to launching YGC, Dorsainvil advised clients across generations in the areas of retirement planning, estate planning, education planning and strategic tax planning.
A strong advocate for young professionals, she serves as the 2016 national president of Financial Planning Association's NexGen community, where she focuses on the cultivation of the next generation of financial planners, currently sits on CNBC's Financial Advisors Council, volunteers annually with the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, and co-founded a mentorship program for women in financial planning at her alma mater, Virginia Tech. Dorsainvil also volunteers for the CFP Board Center for Financial Planning to help build a more diverse financial planning profession, both as a member of the Center's Diversity Advisory Group and as a spokesperson for the "I am a CFP® Pro" campaign to encourage young people of all backgrounds to consider a career in financial planning.
Through her leadership, contribution, and volunteerism within the financial service industry, Rianka has been recognized by Investment News as 2017 Women to Watch Rising Star and 2015 list of top "40 Under 40" financial services professionals, in Wealth Management and Financial Advisor Magazine's 2016 list of top 10 CFP® certification holders in the country and more recently Wealth Management "Ten to Watch in 2018", a group comprised of ten innovators and influencers set to change the industry in 2018. Additionally, Dorsainvil has been published twice in the Journal of Financial Planning where she shared her research around cultural and wealth patterns of the millennial generation.