Mrs. Nina Grant

Phone: 3086336235


Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Human Development & Family from University of Nebraska M. Ed. Health Education from University of Nebraska Career Education Teaching Certificate/Permit: Health Sciences by the Nebraska Department of Education

Mrs. Nina Grant

  • Welcome Video

    Teacher Introduction 

    Mrs. Nina Grant is excited and honored to be currently serving this year in a new role as Student Success Facilitator for SBPS. She most recently served as the Vice President of Student Services at Western Nebraska Community College from 2016-2020, providing leadership for a comprehensive student services division. Previous to that, she served as an Academic Advisor for Lake Dallas High School in Texas. She has held leadership roles at the University of Michigan, the University of Toledo, Iowa State University, and the University of Nebraska, which included teaching courses at both the University of Nebraska and Iowa State University. She has more than 25 years of experience in education and student affairs, with a focus on diversity and multicultural services. She is purposeful about expanding opportunities, addressing barriers, and increasing access and success for all students, particularly those with significant challenges to overcome.

    Mrs. Nina Grant obtained degrees in Human Development (B.S.) and Health Education (M.Ed.) from the University of Nebraska, and completed doctoral coursework in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Iowa State University.

    Through her experiences she has found that diversity and inclusion enriches the learning experience, exposing students to people of differing backgrounds and perspectives and helping them develop empathy and cultural competency. It also builds their awareness of systematic social inequities and empowers them to advocate for a more just world. Mrs. Nina Grant is deeply committed to creating a safe, caring, and mutually respectful environment within our school district community so that all students, families, and staff feel welcomed, valued, and supported.