Sabrina

Sabrina Manū

UNESCO Aotearoa Youth Leader

Sabrina is a Pasifika woman rooted to the villages of Vaitele, Fasito’otai, and Vailoa in Samoa, and Mapumai in the Cook Islands.

Her mahi is centered around amplifying the voices and narratives of BBIPOC in Aotearoa, particularly in the South Auckland region where she was born and raised. She values action that provides equitable support and access to these communities, and acknowledges that the generational labours of those before her means it is only right for her to continue to pay it forward.

This year, Sabrina has been working in community engagement as a Youth Advisor at the New Zealand Electoral Commission. She is also a delegate for the Asia-Europe Foundation Young Leaders Summit and Youth4Climate Action Driving Ambition Summit in preparation for the UN Climate Change Conference. On a local scale, Sabrina is a Pacific Climate Warrior, Pacific Dance Festival performer, and community liaison.

She has also recently graduated from AUT with a Bachelor of Business - majoring in Human Resource Management and Employment Relations, and minoring in both International Business Management, Language and Culture & Conflict Resolution (Public Policy).

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