Nationally celebrated community activist, author, inspirational speaker, and domestic violence survivor, Sabrina Greenlee, has dedicated her life to facilitating women’s growth and evolution and is gearing up to write her memoir, preparing for the BRON Studios film about her life and continuing to speak to and empower women around the globe through her non-profit S.M.O.O.O.T.H.
Sabrina’s story is filled with cycles of abuse, teen pregnancy, and a violent attempt on her life that ultimately left her completely blind. Although her life has been “no crystal stair,” Sabrina credits her faith as the fuel that equips her with the confidence and tenacity to inspire others to repair, recreate and restore their purpose and infinite potential.
The South Carolina native, mother of four, including her son, superstar NFL wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and grandmother of six is the founder and CEO of S.M.O.O.O.T.H., Inc. [Speaking Mentally, Outwardly Opening Opportunities Toward Healing]. Through this platform, Sabrina and her team aim to educate and empower as many women and children as possible through mentorship, counseling, and outreach. She intends to continue raising awareness year-round by unmasking the myth and unveiling the many different shades of purple surrounding domestic abuse.
Sabrina’s passion for her community has been the catalyst for the many domestic violence awareness programs facilitated by S.M.O.O.O.T.H., Inc., such as Pretty Scars into Stars, 100 Shades of Purple, S.M.O.O.O.T.H. Santa, and the S.M.O.O.O.T.H. Transition Initiative. From victim to victor, Sabrina uses her voice, wisdom, and her unique experiences to inspire healing and promote transcendence from hurt and shame due to domestic violence and abuse.
Sabrina is a recipient of the 2020 Houston Humanitarian Awards and the 2021 Iconic woman award from Fresh Spirit Wellness. She has been featured on ESPN, USA Today, Living in Fear: Chronicles I and II, which won an Emmy, and regularly appears on local media outlets from South Carolina to Texas. Sabrina appeared on ABC news with the CEO of the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
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