Sabrina is a purpose-driven storyteller and has led marketing and communications strategies across a range of social justice issues—such as immigrant rights, labor rights, criminal justice reform, voting rights, affordable housing, and environmental health and justice—to drive awareness, narrative change, and brand affinity. She has spearheaded marketing communications programming, managed integrated marketing campaigns, and overseen the media portfolio for local and national brands.
Sabrina has worked at Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Sierra Club, and Clif Bar & Company, along with many other brands and organizations to advance their impact.
She is a daughter and granddaughter of immigrant farmers. Having grown up alongside migrant workers in an agricultural town in California, she cultivated a deep interest in food as cultural identity. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from University of California at Berkeley. She lives in the East Bay with her son, and enjoys hiking, cooking, and spending time with family.
Our office in Oakland is located on the homelands of the Lisjan, Ohlone, and Muwekma peoples. We respectfully acknowledge and honor the Indigenous people who have stewarded the land for generations past, present, and future.
De Domenico Building 200 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza Oakland, CA 94612