Sabrina is a Research Analyst at EMPEA, where she covers India and Africa. Sabrina graduated from the London School of Economics and Columbia University’s Dual Master’s Program in International & World History, where she focused on sustainable development in historical perspective. Her dissertation, which received the Richard Hofstadter Dissertation Prize, discussed the impacts of hydroelectric dam projects in colonial Mozambique and Zambia. Sabrina graduated cum laude from Georgetown University with a B.A. in History and Theater and a minor in Portuguese. As an undergraduate, she studied abroad at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa and Ibeu in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.