Sabrine Rhodes consults regularly with educational, religious, and other nonprofits that are seeking to increase greater awareness and proficiency about racial and cultural diversity within their organizations. She has led guided discussions throughout Missouri and around the country in response to the events in Ferguson and the recent controversies arising out of the University of Missouri. Ms. Rhodes is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, where she was an Ervin Scholar and the president of the Association of Black Students. She also has a masters degree from Washington University’s Brown School of Social Work.