Sabrina joined Kada in May 2021 after completing an MA degree in Social Research at the University of Sheffield. Her dissertation looked at the relationship between social identity and educational attainment – using statistical computing software (R). With a background in Health and Social Care, Sabrina has also carried out research and impact analysis for a number of Health and Social Care organisations.
Sabrina’s key strengths are in quantitative and qualitative research projects and report writing. During her studies, Sabrina undertook research around various key research topics including political science, social change, and journalism.
Outside of work
Outside of work, Sabrina enjoys playing badminton, and gardening. She also likes to visit art galleries – She took up sketching as a hobby during lockdown.
One summer during her travels – which included a jeep tour to a high-altitude valley in Northern Pakistan – Sabrina hiked the foothills of the Himalayas. Luckily, the only animal she encountered was a wild boar and not a leopard!