Sabrina Grossman

Program Director


Sabrina Grossman is the new Program Director in Science Education at CEISMC and will be working on SLIDER and Race To The Top initiatives involving Problem Based Inquiry Learning. Sabrina moved to CEISMC from the classroom. She started her teaching career with Teach For America where she taught middle school science for four years in Houston, Texas and served as a middle school science content team leader. She continued her career in education serving as a Magnet Coordinator in Problem Based Learning and Technology at a middle school in Indianapolis, where she was the recipient of Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program Scholarship. She finally moved on to high school where she taught Biology and Biomedical Sciences for four years. Sabrina most recently left the classroom from teaching sixth grade science and math at a charter school in Atlanta Public Schools , where she was a NSTA Shell Science Lab Challenge Grant Winner. In addition to her time in the classroom, Sabrina sponsored Science Olympiad teams throughout her teaching career. Her high school Science Olympiad team has won the Indiana State Championship and has made two trips to the National Science Olympiad tournament, where her Disease Detectives team won the National Championship in their event.

Sabrina received her BA from the College of William and Mary in Spanish and Biology and her Masters in Education from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas. In her spare time, she enjoys running, biking, playing soccer, and swimming in the Chattahoochee with her dog, Wasabi!