Sabrina Clay–Brown Joins the SCP Team
Nov 20, 2019 | News
Workforce Development Career Counseling Will Be Her Focus
Sabrina Clay-Brown has been on the workforce development career path since her early days as a volunteer helping people prepare for their careers through dress-for-success programs, mock interview sessions, and employability-skills training. Throughout her studies and after earning her Master of Science Degree in Organizational Studies and Employee Relations at Robert Morris University, it became obvious that Sabrina Clay-Brown was destined to be a Workforce Development Career Counselor.
She joins the SCP team to be just that; she will work alongside SCP client University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) to facilitate and coach participants in UPMC’s Partnership on Workforce Readiness and Retention (POWRR) program. Her supportive leadership style will help UPMC participants see a new vision of their circumstances, guiding them to change their mindsets from “impossible” to “I’m possible.” Sabrina is SCP’s Pittsburgh Workforce Development Career Counselor. In 2020, UPMC plans to expand into at least two more markets within Pennsylvania, for which SCP will provide additional local workforce development counseling support similar to what Sabrina is providing in Pittsburgh.
In addition to Workforce Development Career Counseling, Sabrina has more than two decades of experience participating in diversity and inclusion work groups, and she has served on various workplace committees to build staff morale. Additionally, she has helped implement a variety of assistive technologies and reasonable accommodations within government agencies and provided career coaching throughout Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
“Working with individuals who have barriers to employment and watching them challenge themselves, overcome their fears, and step out into the world is my greatest accomplishment.”
Along those same lines, one of Sabrina’s guiding principles is a phrase coined by famed motivational speaker Tony Robbins: “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.”
We look forward to working with Sabrina as she guides UPMC through the Partnership on Workforce Readiness and Retention programs. For information on how SCP can help your organization with workforce and career development programs, contact us at [email protected] or call 717-790-8723.