Sabrina has more than 17 years of experience tackling some of the mining industry’s most challenging sustainability-related issues for multi-billion dollar projects. She works closely with clients around the globe on corporate and site-level sustainability strategies that strengthen business performance and maximise stakeholder support. She leverages her engineering background and extensive experience to develop pragmatic solutions to sustainability challenges.
Sabrina designs environmental and social management systems, stakeholder engagement programmes including grievance mechanisms, and community development strategies. She also develops and conducts training for site and corporate level team members in sustainability. Her global field experience includes projects and operations in Tanzania, Madagascar, Colombia, Papua New Guinea and New Caledonia.
Based in Canada, Sabrina is a licensed professional engineer of Ontario with an undergraduate degree in ceramic engineering and society from the McMaster University, a master’s degree in environmental studies from York University, and a graduate diploma in business and environment from Schulich School of Business.