Sabrina Brant

Project Director

From volunteering at a young age, I knew supporting the social sector was my calling. Since college, I have made meaningful connections with dozens of nonprofit professionals. I have gained experience in volunteer management, fundraising, and marketing for a variety of social causes. Within these organizations, I gained a new perspective on my communities’ history, culture and values. 

These experiences have been invaluable to my professional development and in achieving my personal mission. I feel incredibly lucky to be a part of an organization which values nonprofits just as much as I do. I look forward to exploring new areas and supporting organizations that make such a significant contribution to their communities.


Sabrina is a Certified Nonprofit Professional with experience in fundraising, marketing, project development, and volunteer management. Before joining the Convergent Nonprofit Solutions team, her career experience centered around mission-driven organizations. Across three different states, she used her skills to support environmental, youth development, and social justice initiatives. She also had roles working within nonprofit networks, conducting training programs, and creating resources for operations and development within multiple organizations.

A passionate volunteer and experienced leader, Sabrina is committed to creating collaborative and effective solutions to better our society and environment. While completing her Master’s of Public Affairs at Indiana University, she juggled multiple nonprofit roles. Most notably, she managed campaigns for the Boys & Girls Club, including cultivation activities, ask preparations, and revenue tracking. As a researcher in her program, she led a team of fellow graduate students in interviewing city officials for Accelerate Indiana Municipalities (AIM). The results provided much-needed information, resources, and recommendations for the state organization and its membership to better serve their constituents.

Summary of Experience

  • Resource Development Fellow for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington.
  • Held several roles with the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance. Acted as student ambassador. Planned and facilitated Leadership Summit at National Conference for VIP attendees; assisted NLA Staff with placement calls, daily operations for hundreds of students, advisers, and nonprofit representatives.
  • BS in Sociology from Georgia College & State University. Master’s Degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Community Advocacy from Indiana University.