A native of Miami, Florida, Sabrina moved to Orlando, Florida
in 2000 where she worked for ten years with the Orlando
Police Department. In her roles within OPD, Sabrina worked
as a Teletype Operator, Executive Assistant to the West
Patrol Unit, Property Theft Unit and Sex Crimes and Crimes
Against Children Unit and was a member of the Child
Abduction Response Team (C.A.R.T).
In 2005, Sabrina started working with victims of human trafficking. It is in this role that she found
her passion. Chairing the sub-committee of the Florida Abolitionist, she worked closely with the
Department of Children and Families (DCF), The Florida Department of Law Enforcement, The
Department of Juvenile Justice, FBI, Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation, the National Center
for Missing and Exploited Children (N.C.M.E.C), State and Local Law Enforcement. Sabrina has
been certified, in Florida, to train trainers, teachers, Law Enforcement and DCF workers about
Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking and how to recognize victims.
Passionate about the issues of sexual child abuse and human trafficking, the move to Atlanta
was a natural progression. With Atlanta being the hub for human trafficking, Sabrina started
immediately creating programs and establishing alliances with local officials and activists to end
human trafficking and sexual child abuse. In 2012, Sabrina started her company: My Name is
Me, LLC where her motto is “My Private Space is Not Our Secret.” With encouragement from
family and friends, Sabrina wrote her first book, entitled “My Private Space,” which tells the
story of a young girl facing the issue of molestation and the courage to not keep silent.
When asked why she wrote the book, Sabrina replied, "It started out as a poem that I wrote
back in 2005 about me and how I wished my story would have ended. The book is about a little
girl by the name of Mary Elizabeth, but you can call me M.E. Mary Elizabeth is me; this is about
how my abuse started at the age of 8.” The person that abused me started out by saying, "You
are my favorite little girl." "Let me show you how special you are." “Let me show you how I love
my favorite little girl.” "This is our secret OK?” “You have to promise not to tell anyone because
if you do, the police will take you away and your mom will be sad." Unfortunately, my story did
not end the way Mary Elizabeth's did. My abuse lasted for eight years. I had a voice, but no one
heard me. I had a voice, but no one believed me. I wrote "My Private Space" to let our children
know that they have a voice and we are listening.
In addition to being an established author and motivational speaker, Sabrina actively promotes
her book as well as the eradication of human trafficking and sexual child abuse at schools,
community events, churches and social networking opportunities. She is also the founder of
Seedlife Foundation, Inc., which is a non-profit organization that will create safe communities to
improve the lives of abused children, where they can live, play and grow without fear.
“When you know your value, no one can diminish your worth.”