Bio Sabrina Brown
With over twenty years of hands-on experience in Texas government and politics, Sabrina Brown is an accomplished government affairs consultant and lobbyist.
Sabrina’s expertise in the state’s legislative, regulatory, public affairs and appropriations arenas provides a variety of businesses and organizations—from aeronautics giants to groundwater districts to Fortune 50 companies—with vital political and governmental guidance.
Prior to opening her own practice, Brown was a lobbyist for an Austin-based law firm, and previously spent a half-dozen years at the Capitol, working for the Texas House of Representatives. As a government relations specialist for the firm of Bickerstaff, Heath, Smiley, Pollan, Kever & McDaniel, Brown represented over 20 clients before the Texas Legislature, state agencies and local governments. As a research analyst for the Texas House Select Committee on Revenue and Public Education Funding, Brown oversaw the interim study of taxes. Brown also served as a research analyst for the Texas House Committee on Appropriations, directing the budget analysis of all public and higher education institutions, and education-related agencies.
Brown earned her Masters in Public Affairs at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, and her bachelor’s degree at Texas A&M University. Sabrina and her husband Jay live in Austin with their two children.