Sabrina Greig is a Haitian-American museum professional, writer, and arts administrator from New York City. She received her MA in Art History from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a focus on representations of the Black diaspora in popular culture, contemporary art, and architectural history. Her art criticism draws from her arts administrative practice, as she focuses on the intersection of social activism and Art History to showcase experiences unique to Diasporic communities, often through the lens of Afrofuturism. She has published work in Arts.Black, Contemporary And, Bad at Sports, and Sixty Inches From Center, and has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Hyperallergic, the Observer, and the Smithsonian Magazine. She is currently based in Brooklyn, NY and works at the Brooklyn Museum.