Senior Fellow in Social Innovation
Leticia Stallworth is a Financial Advisor with Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. She started her career as an employee advisor with American Express Financial Services, now Ameriprise Financial. She spent the first three years learning the industry and building her book of business. Leticia became a franchise advisor on her third anniversary. In her role as an advisor, she provides wealth management helping busy professionals organize their finances, save and invest for their financial goals. She is licensed to practice in 10 states and the District of Columbia.
Leticia has always had a passion for economic empowerment through education. She believes that wealth not only increases our ability to acquire assets, but to have sustainable social impact for the greater good. She had her first entry into social entrepreneurship 20 years ago, when she founded the Babson Black Affinity Conference as the President of its Black Student Union. She recently founded the Babson Black Affinity Network, which focuses on increasing diversity and Inclusion at Babson while having a meaningful impact on current and future students. Her service to Babson College has been recognized many times, including a Distinguished Recent Alumni Award in 2003, the Babson College Black Affinity Achievement Award in 2013, and the Richard J. Snyder Award for Distinguished Service to the College to be awarded in September of 2017.
In addition to having served 4 years on Babson College’s Alumni Board of Directors, Leticia is also very active in her greater community. From serving various leadership roles in her local chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated to volunteering with A Better Chance, she always finds opportunities to serve, educate and empower.
The fourth of five children, Leticia is a first generation college graduate. She holds a B.S. with concentrations in Entrepreneurship and Finance from Babson College and an MBA from its F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business.