Genevieve Valentine is a contributing member of the Valentine Capital Team with work experience dating back to 1995. While on a part-time basis, Genevieve provides direction in charity matters and continues to provide valuable input to VCAM’s Newsletter. During the Y2K Bubble, Miss. Valentine became the Chief Editor and Columnist of our High Net Worth Newsletter. Genevieve has had work published in Forbes, Investment Business Daily, InvestmentNews, Silicon Valley Biz Ink, Dick Davis Digest, Contra Costa Times, East Bay Business Times, Physician’s Money Digest, and many other publications.
Genevieve also holds the title of Valentine Capital’s Charitable Giving Director. Valentine Capital’s Charitable Giving initiative established in the early 2000s has bloomed into its own non-profit charitable organization: The Valentine Humanitarian Project. Over the years, this initiative has donated over $600,000 to charity. Some of those whom have benefited from Valentine’s charitable giving includes: the children of Scott Burbank, Indigo Africa, Habitat for Humanity, Monument Crisis Center, Alameda Boys & Girls Club, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Orinda Woman’s Club, the Susan G. Koman Foundation, Youth Rally Committee, Dads R Parents Too, Ruby Hill Giving Thanks, Hope Hospice, Tri-Valley Haven, Open Heart Kitchen, Easter Seal Kaleidoscope After School Program, Operation School Bell, UCSF Children’s Hospital, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Assistance League of Amador Valley, Project Straight Path, Twin Valley Learning Center, just to name a few.
When Genevieve isn’t managing Valentine Capital’s Newsletter and Charitable Giving, she is a trauma therapist working with women and children in Alameda County. Furthermore, she conducts Healthy Relationship and Anti-Violence workshops for students, teachers, and administrators in the local school districts. Miss Valentine hopes that her professional writing experience and therapeutic nature will empower those to find their voice.
Genevieve Valentine is a proud graduate of Saint Mary’s College of California. She holds a double BA in Religious Studies and Communication. She also holds two Masters Degrees: an MA in Educational Leadership, with a Single-Subject Teaching Credential in English and an MA in Counseling Psychology. Genevieve is currently studying to become a state licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Genevieve’s passion for fine art and studies has sent her to Italy, France, Canada, and New York.