Sabrina joined CPPF in May 2012. She received her M.A. in Political Science from the University of Central Florida, where she graduated summa cum laude in August 2012. She was the recipient of the College of Graduate Studies Provost Fellowship and worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant while she completed her program. Her research focused on the work of international organizations. Her graduate thesis focused on the UN mission in El Salvador (ONUSAL) and the UN mission in Guatemala (MINUGUA). She has contributed a chapter to the book The Politics and Policies of Relief, Aid and Reconstruction (ed. Fulvio Attinà) titled "The UN and Genocide: A Comparative Analysis of Rwanda and the Former Yugoslavia." As a graduate student, she presented research at both national and international conferences. She has a B.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in French also from the University of Central Florida, where she graduated cum laude and with honors in the major. Sabrina was born and raised in Uruguay and speaks fluent Spanish.
Programs and Projects
- Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum (CPPF)
- (Program Manager)
- Making Prevention Everyone’s Business: Lessons Learned from Disaster Risk Reduction, Nuclear Nonproliferation, and Public Health, Renata Segura and Sabrina Stein (June 2018).
- Aligning Agendas: Drugs, Sustainable Development, and the Drive for Policy Coherence, Renata Segura and Sabrina Stein (February 2018), https://www.ipinst.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/1802_Aligning-Agendas.pdf.
- Sabrina Stein and Colin Walch, The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction as a Tool for Conflict Prevention (15 July 2017).