Born in New York City, Sabrina has conducted on-the-ground reports for The Guardian, NBC News, TIME, VICE, and other publications from Pakistan, Jordan, Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Nepal, the Philippines, Hong Kong, and Bangladesh, among other places. In 2013-4, she spent twelve months traveling from the Middle East to East Africa interviewing taxi drivers as a Zeff Fellow of Rice University, which awarded her the George Williams Prize for Creative Nonfiction. In 2016, she was also a Panos South Asia Media Fellow in Migrant Labor.
In 2017, she was certified in Hostile Environment and First Aid Training by the Blue Mountain Group, funded by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, New York Times, and A Culture of Safety Alliance. She is also a member of the Frontline Freelance Register.
Sabrina shoots all of her own photography and can produce high-resolution stills or video to accompany all of her reportage.
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