Sabrina J. Curtis
Sabrina Curtis is an independent policy and research consultant focusing on civic education and advocacy initiatives that increase equity in education for Black girls. She is a doctoral candidate in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at The George Washington University. Her research focuses on community-based civic and citizenship education, the political identities of Black youth, and Afrocentric and culturally-sustaining pedagogies.
Sabrina is the co-founder of The Pyramid Project, a nonprofit organization that provides youth with experiential programming, tools, resources, and connections to help them fulfill their academic and career goals. Sabrina has taught at The George Washington University, Howard University, and the University of Maryland Global Campus.
Prior to beginning her Ph.D. program, she served in the Obama Administration as the White House Liaison at the National Endowment for the Humanities and as the Director of Scheduling and Advance Lead for U.S. Attorneys General Loretta Lynch and Eric Holder. Sabrina holds a Master’s degree in English from Texas Southern University and a bachelor's degree in English and Political Science from the University of New Mexico.
Sabrina is available for research, non-profit, and educational consultation.