Sabrina is the executive director of both IWV and the Independent Women’s Forum, IWV’s 501(c)3 sister organization.
Sabrina’s passion is persuasion.
Since her mother sent her Wendy Shalit’s A Return to Modesty while in college, she’s been borderline obsessed with persuading other women that a culture of liberty and responsibility is good for everyone, women in particular.
Sabrina has extensive experience in strategic communications, from behind the scenes to in front of the camera. She was a speech writer in the U.S. Senate. Sabrina’s written work has appeared in Forbes, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Times, Foxnews.com, National Review Online, Policy Review, and American Enterprise Online. She’s also a regular on TV news programs – you can catch Sabrina every Saturday at 11am on Forbes on Fox, and every week on Fox Business’ After the Bell. She also has conducted extensive applied research to gain insight into the factors that shape public opinion.
Sabrina received an M.A. in Politics as well as an M.A. in American History from the University of Virginia, where she focused on the early Republic and media effects and political behavior. She got her start in the policy world as a young assistant to Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick while at the American Enterprise Institute.
In her free time you can find Sabrina driving her kids around. And when she’s not in the taxi business, she enjoys playing the piano, making flower arrangements, or suffering through a Barre class. She spent time at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles as a child and today it remains her favorite charity – you’ll see her running the Children’s National Race for Every Child every fall in DC. Today, she lives in Virginia with her husband and three energetic children.