Sabrina is a teacher-turned-writer and advocate with nearly a decade of experience using digital and in-person tools and tactics to build movements and teach others to do the same. A proud public school graduate and an alumna of Swarthmore College, she originally intended to spend her career as a public school teacher. After a dramatic and eye-opening experience teaching in a so-called ‘failing’ school, Sabrina left the classroom to speak out against privatization and inequity in education, and to address the social inequality and economic injustice that holds children and families back. Over the course of her career, she has served as a communications strategist, organizer, and trainer for a variety of grassroots campaigns, organizations, and unions. Before joining the Center, she also led an organization that waged digital and mass media campaigns in support of public education. In the rest of her life, Sabrina enjoys cooking, making music, and raising two amazing little activists.