Sabrina Victor is a performance activist, passionate about using all art forms to share diverse stories and speak to current social issues. She is a first generation Haitian-American, who recently earned bachelor degrees in Theater and Journalism, along with a Multicultural Theater Practice Certificate, and university honors.
This 23-year-old works as a professional freelance actress in the New England area, and enjoys serving as a mentor and member of the creative direction team within her former high school’s fine arts program. She focuses on inspiring civic engagement through the arts, especially amongst marginalized communities with a lack of access to arts education.
Currently, she works in higher education as a Human Resources specialist at Bridgewater State University, where she facilitates all part time hiring. Her journey as a naturalista signifies her dedication to embracing all forms of beauty, and she hopes to inspire others to continue embracing theirs.
I am a first generation Haitian-American and speak Haitian-Creole.
I was the first person of color to play Dimitri and Vinnie in the 10-year running “The Donkey Show” created by Tony-award winner Diane Paulus.
I have performed as a background vocalist for multi-award winning artist Mariah Carey.
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MISS USA® 2020