Hello! My name is Sabrina. In 2003, I graduated with distinction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts in History. Prior to my move to Florida in 2009, I worked in public finance and immigration law. However, after moving to a new state, I was ready for a new career, and decided to follow my passion of working with children.
I have experience teaching PreK and elementary-aged children, where I created developmentally appropriate curriculum and utilized differentiation to ensure all my students’ needs were met. I also have experience developing, researching, writing, and teaching educational programming, including student curriculum and teacher/docent guides, in a museum setting. Before joining Engage the Brain, I worked as an Admissions Associate at a private school.
I believe in cultivating a love of learning in all children. Through the use of hands-on activities, differentiated and individualized learning plans, and technology, my goal is to make learning fun for students. Most recently, I have completed the Seeing My Time course in Executive Functioning and cannot wait to share the organizational and planning strategies and methods I have learned!
In my free time, you can find me running, cooking, gardening, or hanging out with my dogs, cats, and husband.