Sabrina Beydoun is a second-generation Arab-American womxn, born to Lebanese Muslim parents. Raised in South Florida, she was first radicalized by nature of her Arab-femme identity and it’s implication within a patriarchial and post-9/11 Islamophobic America. Her activism has been shaped by international work for Global Health Equity, supporting on the ground community leaders of Quetzaltenango, Guatemala and as a member of (F)empower, a queer abolitionist feminist collective that she holds as her first true political home. As a culinary artist, her personal projects have explored the power of space and food to build safe and nourishing connection within communities. Here at FLIC, she works as Leadership & Gatherings Program Coordinator for The Rising Tide, where her work centers in crafting transformative and rigorous spaces for femmes across the Florida state to come and build together. She is grounded in organizing by the vision that life should be a liberatory and abundant experience for all people and is in deep commitment to a grassroots feminist future.