Helping Women Founders Access Funding
Sabrina is interested in mergers & acquisitions and private equity, and is looking forward to practicing in New York this summer. She previously worked with women founders and CEOs in the UCLA Entrepreneurship program and hopes to continue pursuing her interests at the intersection of law, business, and entrepreneurship. Sabrina is passionate about helping women founders gain access to funding and grow their businesses.
Sabrina spent her 1L summer doing intellectual property research and recently completed an externship at the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, Division of Corporation Finance in the Office of Chief Counsel. At Georgetown, she is a Law Fellow, serves on the Exec Board of the Women’s Legal Alliance, and is a member of the Corporate & Financial Law Organization.
Sabrina graduated summa cum laude from the University of California at Los Angeles. At UCLA, Sabrina first realized her passion for entrepreneurship when she worked at a financial tech startup. To further that interest, she became a research assistant at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where she collaborated on a case study now taught in MBA courses.
During her time in Los Angeles, Sabrina explored the business of law while working at a boutique law firm in Beverly Hills. Prior to law school, she did a business program at UC Berkeley and continued to study entrepreneurship.
Sabrina is originally from San Francisco, California and plans to return there to work in corporate law upon graduation. In her free time, she enjoys teaching yoga at CorePower Yoga, exploring new coffee shops around DC, and traveling (post pandemic).
University of California at Los Angeles, summa cum laude, BA in Gender Studies and Entrepreneurship, 2020
Georgetown University Law Center, JD, 2023