Sabrina Jen is an incoming masters student of Ethics & Society at Fordham University Lincoln Center, where she recently completed her bachelor’s degree in New Media & Digital Design. She enjoys bringing her passions of design and social justice together to inform and educate. Throughout her time at Fordham, she has conducted various research-based visual projects to spread awareness of social inequalities in the digital age. As an intern and academic assistant at the School of the New York Times, she works to ensure inclusive classroom environments for students with visible and invisible disabilities. Beyond her academic and professional interests, Sabrina also loves studying the art and activism of drag, learning about food history, and painting.
Updated May 2019
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