Sabrina serves as the Vice President of Communications and Marketing at the National Venture Capital Association, where she leads the communications strategy to strengthen the voice of the U.S. venture capital and startup community. As a leader with 20+ years of strategic communications experience, Sabrina is instrumental in amplifying NVCA voice on pro-business policies that help create American jobs and support America’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Prior to joining NVCA in May 2021, Sabrina spent nearly two years at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce as senior director of media relations focused on bipartisan communications strategies critical to the business community. Before that, she spent eight years at the American Petroleum Institute where she managed policy changing communications campaigns. Sabrina also spent nearly 15 years in broadcast journalism. She covered the White House for seven years for Tribune Broadcasting, and reported on major national and political events, including the 2009 Inauguration of President Barack Obama, Hurricane Katrina, and the space shuttle Columbia explosion.
Sabrina earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Communications from Syracuse University. She and her husband have a tween daughter and reside in Ashburn, Virginia.