Sabrina Toppa is a journalist and covering human rights, migration, climate change, and religion in Pakistan. She has conducted on-the-ground reports in Pakistan, Jordan, Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Nepal, the Philippines, Hong Kong, and Bangladesh. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Washington Post, NBC News, TIME Magazine, and VICE.
Prior to reporting in Pakistan, she also worked in the offices of TIME Magazine’s Asia headquarters in Hong Kong and newsrooms in Nepal and Bangladesh. In 2016, Sabrina was selected as a Panos South Asia Media Fellow in Migrant Labor, Thomson Reuters Uncovering Security Fellow, and United Nations Foundation Reporting Fellow. In 2013-14, she spent twelve months interviewing taxi drivers throughout the Middle East and East Africa as a Zeff Fellow for Rice University, which awarded her the George Williams Prize for Creative Nonfiction.
Sabrina also has extensive experience as a social media manager and copy editor for leading media companies in the United States.
Sabrina shoots her own photography and video. She is certified in Hostile Environment and First Aid Training.
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