Sabrina L. Mills

Sabrina Mills is a Junior Health and Risk Communications Major with a minor in Child and Family Studies. She is a part of the Ashland University Marching Band, as well as the Wind Ensemble and 12249959_989823551078137_7419998307371004692_nthe Concert Band. She is also an active member of the Ashland University Anime Club. This semester she will be in a program through the Ashland Center for Nonviolence to be a mentor to kids in the Ashland community. Sabrina has been involved in music for the past 11 years, and in her senior year of high school, she was awarded the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award. A personal goal that she has is to become a foster parent.


Sabrina’s previous employments are mostly based in the customer service industry. She has worked through Vector Marketing for Cutco Cutlery. This included selling household cutlery and utensils, as well as other various house oriented equipment, to people. Another job that Sabrina had was working at Family Video. This job entailed helping customers to pick out movies as well as ringing them up. It also entailed restocking shelves with returned movies and helping shift in new titles every week.


Career goals that Sabrina has include working with children and/or families. She would really like to work either in a women’s/family shelter, or in the foster care and adoption system. These careers appeal to her because with past history, she has been through similar situations as some of the people she’d like to work with. She feels as if this can help her to better connect with the people around her in these career opportunities.
A personal interest or hobby that Sabrina has is writing and music. In her spare time, Sabrina likes to write short stories or narratives. She has been writing since she was 10, and likes to make people smile with her stories. She also writes her own music pieces when she has the time.


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