Sabrina Chacon-Barajas graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a BA in Studio Art. She used her senior art show to educate and challenge the SPU community on defying stereotypes in the Latino community. Since then, Sabrina strives to be an activist and educator through her art. Sabrina feels honored and empowered to be a part of Reel Grrls because she knows the impact that media has on young woman. She is excited to be a part of a strong and diverse community that gives young women the tools to have their incredible stories and experiences heard. Sabrina is also a teaching artist for Arts Corps and South Park Recreation center where she has the opportunity to artistically and academically develop the lives of marginalized youth. In her free time Sabrina is a multi-media artist who enjoys creating illustrative profiles of people and diving into the issues and experiences of Chicana millennials.