Sabrina Santucci is a graduate student at Georgetown University. She is pursuing a Master of Professional Studies in Public Relations and Corporate Communications.
Prior to advancing her education, Sabrina served as a reporter and multi-media journalist for NBC Chicago. She was responsible for researching, pitching and presenting exclusive news stories for on-air newscasts and digital platforms. Sabrina worked collaboratively with Telemundo Chicago to expand NBCUniversal's Making a Difference story franchise, which highlights community organizations and outstanding local leaders.
Sabrina's media experience spans across the U.S. at NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX TV affiliates. She worked as a reporter, producer and anchor throughout her tenure in the news industry.
Sabrina has served as emcee and speaker for dozens of community events including the annual Italian American Chamber of Commerce Midwest gala. Previously, she was a board member for the American Red Cross Rock River Chapter.
In addition to her professional experience and community involvement, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She obtained the honor of Senior Honorary 100, which recognizes a select group of exemplary graduating students at the University of Illinois.
Sabrina resides in Tampa, Florida where she enjoys trips to local beaches. She has continued her commitment to making a difference as a volunteer with Voices for Children Tampa Bay.