Sabrina’s interests focus on sustainable and responsible land use, nature conservation, equitable development and ensuring that communities have an active voice in the environmental concerns that affect them. She has experience working, both internationally and domestically, on environmental policy questions, community outreach and engagement, interpretation of highly technical reports for non-technical audiences, and building local capacity to understand and discuss environmental concerns.
Sabrina has experience drafting technical reports, including over 30 Superfund Five-Year Reviews, and community educational materials, including brochures, fact sheets, presentations, posters and other guidance documents. She has also supported international and domestic conference planning and development and is fluent in Spanish.
That outreach to educate and build local capacity is a valuable tool to help people make the best decisions that will support communities, sustainably manage the land and natural resources, and pursue equitable and sustainable means to revitalize and strengthen economies.
Curious, loyal, reader, dance enthusiast, yoga addict, Capitals fan, loves to cook and learn new languages and explore cultures.
BA, Biology with Concentration in Environmental Studies
Master of Environmental Science
University of Virginia
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