As a young single mother and college dropout, Sabrina Kay’s entrepreneurial journey begins with what some would see as disadvantages. To Sabrina, they were a driving force to her success. After creating and selling the Art Institute of Hollywood for “a good comfortable 8-figures” while still in her 30s, she chose to return to college and ultimately launch her own.
This mini-lesson is part of the Economics Arkansas iNSPIRE! series and can be used to start a class on a number of related topics including human capital, higher education, and occupational outlooks. The included activities will help your students explore the value of curiosity and agility as well as the importance of “giving back” as an entrepreneur.