Sabrina Greig

Sabrina Greig is a Program and Grants Manager at the NBA Foundation. A native New Yorker with Caribbean ancestry, Sabrina has diverse experiences in philanthropy, nonprofit management, and the arts. A hallmark of her professional journey across Chicago and New York has been a strong commitment to racial equity and creating opportunities for inclusion for systemically excluded communities. Prior to joining the NBA Foundation, she navigated her career by meaningfully using the arts and narrative change to transform society for young people. She was a Program Officer at the Lloyd A. Fry Foundation in Chicago, where she assisted in designing and launching the Fry Foundation’s first racial equity response grants focused on racial justice efforts and youth organizing in the summer of 2020. For three years, she annually recommended investments of $1.5 million for a portfolio of organizations working to increase the access of arts education to low-income students of color in the public school system. Sabrina served on the leadership teams for Chicago African Americans in Philanthropy and Chicago Arts Education Collaborative from 2019-2021, and was selected as a 2020 Chicago Women in Philanthropy Emerging Leader. She has also played an integral role at the Chicago Urban League, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Haitian American Museum of Chicago, and, most recently, the Brooklyn Museum. Sabrina received her BA from Carleton College and MA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). In her free time, Sabrina spends weekends attending yoga classes and visiting art exhibitions focused on Caribbean artists and Afrofuturism