Sabrina Cofield  |  STATERA AMBASSADOR

Statera Ambassadors are artist-activists with big ideas! They are Statera's creative brain trust. You will find our Ambassadors authoring posts on the Statera Blog, presenting at StateraCon, engaging as regional Mentorship Coordinators, serving on steering committees, and consulting on the development of Statera programming. You’ll also find them using word-of-mouth and social media platforms to share Statera-related news and resources to strengthen our grassroots movement for intersectional gender parity in the arts.


About Sabrina (She/Her/Hers)

An Emmy Award-winning journalist, Sabrina Cofield was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico and began her acting career at the ripe old age of seven as the lead in her school play. After appearing in several television commercials and stage productions, Sabrina attended college on a choir scholarship where she continued performing. She earned a B.A. in Journalism from Clark Atlanta University and went on to work in television news where she earned a Southern Regional Emmy Award for her work as a news producer, reporter and anchor.

The 2017 Best Supporting Actress winner and 2015 Best Actress nominee at the Las Vegas Valley Theater Awards, Sabrina is also an award winning fitness competitor. From the owner of Selah, a creative art salon and shared workspace for women, to a magazine editor — Sabrina is always looking for ways to expand and grow in her art and encourage others to do the same.

Sabrina currently works as an actor, model, spokesperson, and host with a long list of commercials, print advertisements, films, and stage productions under her belt. Sabrina is a 2016 NBC Diversity Hosting Program graduate and sits on the board of The LAB-LV, an immersive experimental theater company in Las Vegas. She is also the co-founder of The Tobias Project, an outreach program aimed at bridging the gap between the community and local service organizations.

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