Sabina Li is an Account Executive in RALLY’s Los Angeles office with experience in messaging, research and analysis, earned media, and event planning.
At RALLY, she currently works with The California Endowment to produce the Youth Awards—a celebration of youth power and organizing across the state. She also works with the James Beard Foundation to position the foundation as a force for racial equity in the restaurant industry, and Health Leads to drive the national health equity narrative. Previously, Sabina supported March for Our Lives in developing the first national convention of youth gun violence prevention activists, and worked with clients such as the Center for Effective Public Policy and Green Dot Public Schools building internal communications capacity, driving earned media coverage, and developing targeted messaging.
Before starting as a fellow at RALLY, Sabina developed her public policy, advocacy, and communications knowledge while interning in the offices of U.S. Senator Kamala Harris and California Assemblymember Phil Ting. She also spent time working at a food and hospitality public relations firm where she assisted in securing media coverage for various clients. While in college, Sabina spearheaded multiple student lobbying trips to advocate for higher education affordability and the protection of DACA.
Sabina stayed close to her Los Angeles roots and graduated from UCLA with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Global Health. In her free time, Sabina can be found hunting down the best boba spots in the city, binge watching sitcoms, and baking a massive amount of cookies.