Sabrina received a B.S. in Computer Science and a Master’s in Entertainment Technology from Carnegie Mellon University where she worked on Kotodama, an educational video game that aims to teach children Japanese. Her experience in the entertainment industry includes Walt Disney Photo Imaging and Pittsburgh’s own Schell Games, where she designs and programs video games for children. Sabrina is a member of the Spark decision-making committee. She is also a member of the Pittsburgh chapter of the International Game Developers Association (PIGDA) and runs the annual Pittsburgh Global Game Jam.
Designing character, creating robots with personality