Sabrina Wiggins is an emerging children's book author, an advocate of positive change, and an avid explorer who consistently strives to give back to her community through the power of words and service. Sabrina has been working with children for over 15 years.  After her grandson was born in 2017, she dusted off her writings and published her first book, "Off to Washington" in 2018. Now more than ever, she wants to make sure that African American children see images of characters that look like them, inspiring, giving hope, and making them believe in their dreams.

Sabrina holds an MBA from the Naval Postgraduate School and is a former Navy Veteran. She is the former co-founder of Hip Hop Education, an award-winning nonprofit children's program, and co-founder of Young Women of Color Day.  She is the Owner of Little Aiden Press and has just released her second book, "When My Dad Went To The Hospital." With her latest release, she is on a mission to help young children and families learn to cope with gun violence trauma by getting the help and resources to move forward with their lives.


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