Sabrina Bedward graduated from Duke University in 2008 where she studied psychology and Elementary Education. During her undergraduate studies, she served as a teaching assistant for Duke University’s Program in Education, worked as a fundraiser for the Women’s Institute for Secondary Education and Research in Muhuru Bay, Kenya, mentored in Durham public schools and participated in service learning. Sabrina also completed her student teaching internship in a local Durham public school, where she worked in a first grade classroom and received her license in Elementary Education from Duke University’s Program in Education Elementary Teacher Preparation Program. Sabrina also attended the University of Cape Town in Cape Town, South Africa. Her experiences as a mentor teacher working to increase community awareness of AIDS fortified her belief in the ethos that education is not only a tool for social change. In addition, education is a life sustaining provision that should be of high quality and enduring substance. She is looking forward to pursuing a career in Education and obtaining a doctorate in Educational Psychology.