Sabrina is a freelance journalist, currently in the Yukon Territory reporting on reconciliation and climate change.
Sabrina only intended to stay in Ottawa for eight months. In 2012, she moved to the city for an education degree. Then she started reporting for the Fulcrum, a student newspaper, and knew she wanted to become a journalist. She remained in the capital to be the Fulcrum‘s arts & culture editor, then its editor-in-chief.
She has interned at the Ottawa Sun and Canadian Geographic, freelanced for Daily Xtra, the Ottawa Citizen and Maclean’s Magazine, reported on the federal budget for the Canadian University Press and done labour reporting for the Canadian Media Guild. She’s worked as the bureau chief for CUP and served as vice-president on the Fulcrum board of directors.
She’s also done communication work for the World University Service of Canada (WUSC) in Sri Lanka, AlivEducation and Operation Lifesaver Canada.
She’s completing her master of journalism at Carleton University.