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We asked Sabrina questions that YOU (the fans!) sent in via Twitter and Facebook! See what she had to say about her time in the game here.
Andy P.: Sabrina, tell me more about your life in inner-city Brooklyn. It's something many people haven't experienced, and I think many people would benefit from knowing how bad it can be.
Sabrina: Where I teach is rough. It is very poverty stricken are and some of my kids have never been to Manhattan which is like 8 miles away. They don’t know their true potential. I knew I wanted to go into teaching, make my impact and challenge these kids.
Ashleigh N.: Do you have any tips for someone who wants to participate in survivor soon?
Sabrina: Yes – make a heck of a tape, be memorable and be authentic.
Timothy H.: Sabrina You obviously were a thinker in the game and knew Kim was in control. Why did you never step up and take the chance to take her out while you could knowing she could win in the end?
Sabrina: Because my best option was to stay with her too the end. If I had broken up our alliance I would have been next or Chelsea would have been next and then I would have been more vulnerable. It really came down to if the jury was bitter or not. If the jury was bitter I probably would have won but obviously they were not so Kim won. I really do think she is deserving of it. She played a complete game.