Sabrina Edgington has been working with federally qualified health centers for over ten years – most recently with the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU), a membership organization founded by members and alumni of the National Health Service Corps. As the Director of Learning and Curriculum Design at ACU, she works across ACU’s programs to identify issues and trends in delivering care to underserved populations and develops training content to share promising and best practices. Her current work focuses on diversity, equity, and inclusion; health center workforce well-being and satisfaction; development of vision care programs at health centers; and emergency preparedness. She also coordinates and drives content development for ACU’s annual conference. Prior to working at ACU, she spent nearly a decade at the National Health Care for the Homeless Council (NHCHC) where she supported program development and best practices related to medical respite care, permanent supportive housing, and emergency preparedness. During her time at NHCHC, she led the largest national study of medical respite programs for people experiencing homelessness. She received her master of science in social work degree at the University of Tennessee Nashville where she received the Rhoda O’Meara Public Welfare Award. She is passionate about ending income and health disparities which drives her in this work. She currently lives in Nashville, TN.