Sabrina is fascinated by people: the way they move, speak, touch, interact and experience environments, objects and each other. She brings this lens to her work as a designer and illustrator; from playful drawings to human centered design projects, Sabrina’s work aims to improve the everyday lives of the people around her by addressing complex issues such as housing, healthcare and human rights. She has worked with international and local community based organizations, non-profits, large institutions and startups on issues regarding social, spatial and environmental justice. Sabrina brings her skills, her creativity, her perpetual doodling and her love of people to the City of Boston as a Civic Designer and Program Director with the Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics. She holds a BA in Industrial Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and an MS in Design and Urban Ecologies at Parsons the New School.
Design in Boston: Creating a More Connected City
In celebration of ArtWeek, GA is bringing together designers, entrepreneurs, and policy makers who are defining and redesigning what makes for a better urban lifestyle in Boston.
Diversity in Design
Join General Assembly and CreativeMornings to tackle the future of diversity in design head-on with a thoughtful discussion featuring some of Boston's best designers.