Sabrina Razack

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Sabrina has over a decade of experience in education with a specialization in girls programming and physical activity. Additionally, she has over 15 years in the sports sector focusing on community mobilization and research, addressing various equity issues while producing several published works.
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She co-authored a report on the racial climate of 20 Universities in Ontario, Canada that led to sweeping changes within athletic departments and varsity programs. As an award winning curriculum writer, her published works influence educators and practitioners to implement innovative methods required to lead conversations around anti-racism, sexism, digital literacy and social justice in sports. 

Current Work

Sabrina is the Canada Project Lead for the project "Promoting the Rights of Children in the 2026 FIFA World Cup". The role involves working collaboratively with host cities to develop and implement opportunities for active child citizenship. The intention of the project is to increase capacity and effect change though awareness of child rights and safeguarding in sports. 

Previous Experience

Sabrina was recently employed as an educator and also worked as the Manager of Education and Outreach for the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan American Games. A variety of roles with several organizations demonstrate her commitment to equity deserving groups including: Indigeneity, Diaspora, Equity, and Anti-racism in Sport (IDEAS) Lab, Canadian Women and Sport, Canadian Sport Film Festival as well as multiple opportunities with amateur sport federations and non-profits. Sabrina earned a PhD in Kinesiology and Physical Education from the University of Toronto with a collaborative specialization in women and Gender Studies.