Sabrina Hamm

Sabrina holds a Master of Public Policy degree from the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. During her time at the Goldman School, she worked with a number of policy organizations on issues such as affordable housing, access to school meals, and human services. Sabrina has a long history of working on poverty related issues and as well as teaching experience. As an undergrad at UC Berkeley, she worked to address inequities in the education system through youth empowerment in under-resourced high schools. As a former Emerson National Hunger Fellow, she helped to improve CalFresh access for homeless people in Sacramento and worked to increase school meal participation rates among low-income children. After the fellowship, she worked at DC Public Schools as a Preschool Educational Aide and as an Activity Leader at a K-8 before and after school program in San Diego. Sabrina also holds a B.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies from UC Berkeley.