Sabrina is a sophomore in the School of Foreign Service, majoring in International Politics with a certificate in Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies. She was born in the US, but grew up in South America and Africa. She has studied abroad twice in the former Soviet Union, which led to her interest in East European history, politics, and frozen conflict zones. Sabrina first became interested in research in Professor Long's proseminar "Tsar and People," where she explored the relationship between citizenship, leadership, and ethnic identity in Russia. As a Mortara Fellow, Sabrina researches wealth in global politics with Professor Klasnja. Outside of MURF, Sabrina is an editorial assistant for the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs and a member of the Georgetown University Russian Association.