Academic & Professional Development Coordinator, School of Graduate Studies, Continuing Education and Integrative Learning

Dr. Sabrina B. Moore

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Dr. Sabrina B. Moore is the academic and professional development coordinator at Voorhees University, Graduate Studies Program. In this role, she provides one-on-one academic support for graduate students, and coordinates and facilitates virtual academic support presentations. Dr. Moore’s areas of training include dropout prevention, chronic absenteeism, restorative practices, school climate and safety plans, and grant writing. She is a master trainer in adverse childhood experiences.

Before joining the Voorhees staff, she worked for 20 years at the South Carolina Department of Education. For 15 of those years, she was a director in the Office of Student Intervention Services. She oversaw the administration of state and federal initiatives totaling over $50 million including Safe and Supportive Schools, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Emergency Management grants, and preparing college and career-ready graduates. Additionally, she oversaw the administration of the state initiatives Alternative School Programs, Dropout Prevention, South Carolina Occupation Information System and Discipline, Truancy, and Chronic Absenteeism.

She was an assistant professor of English at Benedict College and an adjunct professor at W.L. Bonner College in Columbia, S.C. For three years she was the Executive Dean of Student Services at Denmark Technical College in Denmark, S.C. There she managed and evaluated all services related to student affairs such as recruitment, admissions and records, financial aid, counseling services, testing services, tutorial services, athletics, residential life, and career planning. She was also the administrator for GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs), which served middle school students via afterschool and summer academic and enrichment programs.

Dr. Moore holds a Bachelor of Arts in communication arts from Columbia College, a Master of Arts in English, and a Doctor of Philosophy in educational leadership from Clemson University.

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