Economist, expert and networker in the field of cultural heritage between stakeholders, researchers, society and government. Experienced in the coordination of major EU projects. Invited speaker and chair for international conferences and committees. Mentor for young professionals.

Sabrina works as the Coordinator for the Knowledge and Innovation Community 'EIT Culture & Creativity', overseeing the Start-Up Grant Agreement phase to ensure adherence to the legal and administrative requirements set by The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), an independent entity of the European Union. She is also the Director of the International Convention Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation at the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and lead the working group for the protection of cultural assets and environmental monitoring, located in Bronnbach Monastery and Wuerzburg. In addition, she has coordinated various national and EU projects. Her career also includes project management for Teatro Verde in cooperation with Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice, and work experience at Daimler Chrysler Servizi Finanziari in Rome. Her academic background encompasses Business Studies in International Marketing & Sales, earning a Bachelor of the Institute of Technology in Sligo, Ireland, and International Economics studies, graduating with a Diplom (Master) from the University of Wuerzburg. Early in her career, she worked as Marketing Assistant for the Sarawak & Sabah Tourism Board and Tenerife Marketing in Germany, after completing professional training at the German National Tourist Board in Frankfurt a.M..

She contributes to the field of professional development and heritage conservation. Her commitment to cultural heritage preservation is evident through her role as a Financial Auditor for Europa Nostra Germany since 2012, and as an Evaluator for the Europa Nostra Award beginning in 2010. Moreover, she has been a key member of the Advisory Board for LEADER (Liaison Entre Actions de Développment de l'Économie Rurale), focusing on rural economic development in Baden-Württemberg, since 2010. Her involvement as an IHK Training Supervisor for the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft since 2009 showcases her dedication to fostering professional growth. 

Sabrina’s academic excellence has been recognized through prestigious awards and scholarships. In 2007, her diploma thesis was honored with the Marketing Award by the German Marketing Association, showcasing her exceptional research capabilities. Additionally, she was awarded a scholarship from the Hans-Wilhelm Renkhoff Foundation in 2004, supporting her study abroad program in Ireland. Further demonstrating her academic prowess, in 2003, she received a scholarship from the DAAD as part of the Leonardo da Vinci program, enabling her study in Sligo and an internship in Rome.