Sabrina Gill (she/her) is a communications consultant with the UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti, supporting research dissemination for the READ (Research on Education and Development) Team. Sabrina specializes in writing, multimedia design, and advocacy. She is passionate about equity, education, critical allyship, and sustainability. She has academic and professional experience in building a disability-forward world, and aims to produce accessible and inclusive communications products. She has previously worked as a Social and Behaviour Change Communications (SBCC) intern at the World Food Programme, and as a Communications and Public Outreach intern at UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, where she designed communications materials, supported campaigns, and liaised with partners and country offices. As a Communications Assistant at the Max Bell School of Public Policy, she communicated the school’s policy research through social media, websites, and email listservs, in order to engage decision makers. She graduated from McGill University with a major in International Development, and two minors in Communications and Field Studies. As a Global Health Scholar, she worked with the Networks for Change team in order to communicate policy demands, made for and by Indigenous girls, against gender-based violence. Sabrina is from New Zealand and the Philippines.