Sabrina works as a partner to higher education and K12 leaders across the nation. She has shared her expertise in increasing employee engagement in diverse environments and developing executive teams to help partners transform their organizations and achieve results for their staff, students and communities.
Over the course of her career, Sabrina has worked with leaders in various capacities. From a focus on strategic organizational learning to the development and execution of strategy, she has found great success in utilizing data and her facilitation skills to create best possible outcomes for leaders and employees. It was in higher education that Sabrina became more focused on individual and team development of executive leaders. A direct correlation between executive leaders and employee engagement results inspires Sabrina to become focused on how to help executive leaders and middle management recognize and own their power in impacting culture.
Prior to working as a part of the Studer Education team, Sabrina spent several years in strategic education within healthcare. Responsible for critical business skills, new employee orientation and leadership development, she found a true passion for using learning theory to help influence and drive organizational change. From there, Sabrina received her master’s degree in business and found her first love of strategic planning. She applied these skills to work in the financial industry and most recently within higher education as an executive leader.
Sabrina takes the most pride in being able to share her authentic leadership journey with others and helping partners to achieve great results.
M.B.A. Business Administration and Management | Northwood University
B.A.A. Healthcare Administration and Leadership | Central Michigan University
Leadership Development, Continuous Improvement, Strategic Planning, Employee Engagement, Baldrige Performance Excellence Criteria, Facilities Management and Leadership, Adult Learning Theory, CliftonStrengths
Evidence-Based Leadership, Nine Principles for Organizational Excellence