Sabrina Brockman is a Bed Stuy based entrepreneur, philanthropist and community builder who has invested in and led local area development and improvements in her community and beyond for over 15 years.
Sabrina’s experience is informed by a nearly 20-year career in finance and mining where she conducted research in the gold mining sector, visiting and assessing the world’s largest gold mining projects and operations and built an extensive knowledge of financial markets and a unique network of individuals from all walks of life. In 2015, Sabrina co-founded Grandchamps – a nationally recognized Haitian restaurant that prides itself on serving the community through initiatives such as providing free therapy for its staff and creating space for enhancing the quality of the human experience. The business has served as an incubator for local creatives, local non-profit groups, and other black-owned businesses. Her approach to Grandchamps and its reach dares to reimagine what building community, trust and wealth authentically can look like. This work has been documented by the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, The Village Voice, and the James Beard Foundation. She has recently been recognized by the Association for Haitian Professionals, Color of Change, the NYC Commission on Human Rights and was named a Brooklyn COVID-19 hero by the Brooklyn Borough President’s Office for her work.
Sabrina is dedicated to developing a science for designing inclusive and responsible organizations that empower the people who do the work and is a fierce advocate for those she serves.
Sabrina has been a member of Bailey’s Advisory Council since 2021.