Sabrina Dupré is a communications, engagement and brand strategy executive with nearly 20 years of experience building, positioning and strengthening purpose-driven brands to grow their businesses, mobilize their audiences and transform interactions into positive social change. She is a regular speaker on the topics of nonprofit innovation, corporate sustainability, branding and social entrepreneurship. Most recently, Ms. Dupré was the Global Head of Brand Strategy, Marketing and Communications for the global nonprofit venture fund, Acumen, and serves on the board of Teach For Uganda.
Prior to Acumen, Sabrina spent her career leading brand strategy and communications planning for some of the world's most recognizable start-ups, corporations and nonprofits, including The Estée Lauder Companies, PUMA, the U.S. Fund for Unicef and Christy Turlington. Career highlights include re-branding the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the nonprofit organization founded by Evelyn and Leonard Lauder to fight breast cancer, conceiving and launching Every Mother Counts, supermodel and activist Christy Turlington's nonprofit maternal health organization, and launching PUMAVision, PUMA’s Corporate Social Responsibility program.
She has a B.A. from Princeton University and M.A. from Columbia University's Teachers College. Sabrina currently lives in New York City with her partner and two dogs.
PANEL SERIES: How to Measure a Social Venture
This panel series will highlight key learnings on how to start, scale, and measure a successful social venture.