Sabrina Soffer is the Commissioner of the Task Force to Combat Antisemitism at the George Washington University, where she is a junior double majoring in Philosophy & Public Affairs and Judaic Studies. She is also the chair of Hillel International's Content Creators Cohort, the Vice President of Chabad GW, a CAMERA fellow, and an ICC Geller Fellow.
Her passion as a Jewish Zionist activist takes center stage through her columns in various publications, on social media, and through public speaking engagements. Sabrina has also recently published her first book, My Mother's Mirror: A Generational Journey of Resilience & Self-Discovery, that offers creative, memoir-based tools based on the USC EDGE Center award-winning Self-Ex Guide, authored by Sabrina and her mother. The Jewish principle of Tikkun Olam, or self-repair to repair the world, drives Sabrina’s work, daily life, and aspirations.
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Author of My Mother's Mirror: A Generational Journey of Resilience & Self-Discovery and the co-author of the USC EDGE Center award-winning The SELF-Ex™ Guide.