Sabrina Razack has been teaching for over a decade in the Greater Toronto Area. She has taught grades K-12 with a focus in middle school education. As a physical education specialist, she has developed numerous curriculums and initiatives aimed to increase the capacity and participation of equity deserving groups within physical activity settings. A known advocate for addressing inequity in sport, Sabrina has worked with several organizations including ONABSE (Ontario Alliance of Black School Educators), ETFO (Elementary Teachers Federation), Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charity and led several professional development workshops on anti-racism and critical pedagogies in public education. In the area of sport, Sabrina has worked with numerous amateaur and professional sport organizations including National/Provincial Sport, the Toronto Raptors, Toronto Rock and (MLSE) Maple Leaf Sport and Entertainment LaunchPad. As a researcher, Sabrina recently graduated from the University of Toronto. Her PhD program resides at the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education was combined with a collaborative specialization in the Women and Gender Studies department. Her research was a case study of the Black Girl Hockey Club that examined how online content influenced members and affiliates as well as the operation of their anti-racism movement in/outside of hockey cultures. During her PhD tenure, she co-led a research project that investigated the racial climate of University Varsity athletic programs and published a report for the OUA (Ontario University Athletics). Aligning with her research, she also developed a website, http://teachbeyondaboundary.com/ to share resources and curriculum that addresses social issues in sport, media and physical activity. Previously, with the TO2015 organizing committee for the Pan/Pan American games, Sabrina held the position of Manager of Education and Community Outreach. She was responsible for connecting with hundreds of organizations, staging large scale events and designing educational materials to support the games. As a consultant, she has worked with organizations including Canadian Women and Sport, the Toronto District School Board, Invictus Games and the Toronto Argonauts Huddle Up foundation. Sabrina is a board member with PHE (Physical Health and Education) Canada, and committee member of the Research Council. Her new role is with a global organization, the Centre for Sport and Human Rights. As the project lead for Canada, she is responsible for developing the initiative United 2026 in collaboration with the other host countries, United States and Mexico.