Sabrina Islam is a public health doctoral student in the Department of Behavioral Science and Community Health (BSCH). She received her Bachelor and Master of Science in International Affairs from Florida State University. During her time in graduate school, she interned at the American Red Cross and focused on emergency services and functional needs support services. She was also a founding member of Project Downtown Tallahassee, a student organization at FSU that not only prepares and delivers meals but also fosters an emotional connection with the homeless. With an initial concentration in global issues, these endeavors have engendered a passion to address domestic needs, too. Her research interests include emergency management, immigrant health, and gender disparities. In her spare time, Sabrina enjoys watching sports and cheering for both the Seminoles and Gators.