As Senior Vice President at the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), Sabrina Kent serves as a member of NGLCC’s Executive Leadership and supports the efforts of its Board of Directors in advocating for the economic empowerment of LGBT-owned businesses both within the U.S. and globally. Sabrina’s work focuses on strategic projects across the organization, and she leads the NGLCC Internship Program, having served as the Meetings & Education Intern during her undergraduate career. Sabrina oversees NGLCC’s Supplier Diversity Initiative and New York operations. She is also a member of the NGLCC Global Team with a particular focus on the division’s growing work in India.
In January 2019, Sabrina was recognized by Business Equality Magazine as a Top 40 LGBT Leader Under 40 and was named to the Board of Directors of Q Street, an organization focused on supporting LGBT advocates and lobbyists in Washington, DC. In June 2020, Sabrina was named to the inaugural Crain’s New York Business list of Notable LGBTQ Leaders & Executives. Sabrina was welcomed back to Team NGLCC in May 2015 after receiving her BA in Philosophy and Sexuality, Women’s & Gender Studies from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida where her interest in LGBT advocacy work collided with her campus involvement and courses of study.
Sabrina was named the 2014 Sojourner Truth Awardee for Combined Academic and Activist work by the Rollins College Sexuality, Women’s & Gender Studies Executive Committee, and served as Editor-in-Chief of The Independent magazine, a 2015 Columbia Press Association Gold Crown Award recipient.