As Acting Director of IMI, Sabrina develops and manages projects and budgets for a all of IMI programs. She also manages university and external relations for the institute.
Prior to joining the IMI staff, Sabrina was the Program Coordinator for International Communication and Media Programs at American University. She has also worked as an Independent Communications Consultant for United World Communication and Boland; as well as a Public Affairs Assistant at the Glover Park Group. Sabrina served as the National Chair and spokesperson for the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Project at Department of Health and Human Services. Additionally, she held the position of Chair and Spokesperson for Ending Violence Against Women Howard University, an initiative to end violence against collegiate women. Sabrina also served as a spokesperson for the international non-profit organization V-DAY, among her work with many other non-profit organizations.
Sabrina is a frequent commentator on the subjects of culture, communication and women’s rights. She has spoken at a number of conferences for non-profit organizations and universities such as Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and Howard University. Sabrina has also made radio appearances on WHUR World and has been cited on Feminist.com, MyFoxdc.com, and a number of other outlets.
Masters in Corporate Communications and Public Relations, Georgetown University
Bachelors in Communication and Culture, Howard University