Dr. Heavenly Kimes is known for spewing reads and dropping tea on Bravo’s “Married to Medicine.” Now Kimes wants to be known for helping women achieve and maintain their wealth.
“I noticed that a lot of my colleagues made a lot of money but didn’t know how to keep it,” Kimes, who has an estimated net worth $4 million, told Page Six.
Dr. Heavenly University launched on Oct. 18. The five-day challenge is offering women the opportunity to learn wealth-building tips and resources from herself, fellow cast mate Dr. Jackie Walters and a host of entrepreneurs such as Jewel Tankard, David Wren and Gabby Maddox Davis. All of the speakers specialize in various aspects of wealth generation and presentations will be available online.
The cost for the challenge is $197 for general access which includes five days of training with Kimes and other guest speakers as well as The Total Freedom Challenge Facebook Group. Other packages are $497 and $597 respectively. These packages include living coaching sessions, a Telegram group chat and access to the Dr. Heavenly University Live Event.
“We talk about risky stuff like stocks, bonds, crypto and forex trading,” Kimes continued. “We have a one-stop shop [for] financial literacy. And then we wrap it all up in a trust on how to save and protect your assets.”
Kimes, Walter, and other coaches share their knowledge on insurance, precious metals, cryptocurrency, passive income, and real estate. Rounding out the challenge are discussions on health and wellness.
Inspiration Behind Dr. Heavenly University
Kimes, a dentist based in Atlanta, has been a cast member of “Married to Medicine” for nine years. In that time viewers have been able to see her support her husband, Dr. Damon Kimes while also running her dental practice, investing in real estate, and opening a beauty supply store.
She is the co-author of the series “Wake Up. Live the Life You Love,” and established Dr. Heavenly’s Business Prescriptions, offering guidance to understanding and building a sustainable business.
Kimes decided to launch Dr. Heavenly University after realizing the need for financial literacy. She has 125,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel, where she discusses reality television and financial literacy.
“When I do reality TV, I get 3 to 400,000 views,” she said. “But [when I] talk about getting your money right, 2,500 [views] — maybe.”
The Upcoming Season of ‘Married to Medicine’
The tenth season of “Married to Medicine” will premiere on Sunday, Nov. 5, at 9 p.m. ET with Kimes balancing her cosmetic dentistry practice, her family, other business ventures, and of course, drama with the other cast mates — especially Phaedra Parks, who was once a cast member on “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”
“It’s unlikely the things that are going to go on,” she told Page Six. “You’re going to be shocked.”