SDHDF Staff

The San Diego Human Dignity Foundation Staff are from diverse professional backgrounds. We are responsible for event organizing, donor development, overseeing finances and investments, grant writing and strategic planning.

SDHDF Staff

 

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Prabha Singh, MPH, Operations Director

Prabha received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland and Masters of Public Health degree from National University. Prior to joining the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation, she was a Field Supervisor for the National Health Behavioral Survey at the Chicano Federation (BEEHIVE Project) and a Health Planner for the HIV Planning Group.

 

Prabha’s passion for the promotion of health and human rights led her to attend the Young Professionals Council (The San Diego LGBT Community Center) where she later became the Co-Chair. She was part of the #BeTheGeneration campaign which aims to decrease the fear and stigma associated with being HIV positive. This cause drove her to become a Digital Mentor for Pendulum Global where she works to help adolescents deal with HIV/AIDS related stigma. In addition to her philanthropic contributions she was the Director of Development for the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus.

 

Prabha enjoys spending her free time in nature and watching Bollywood movies. She is also fluent in Hindi and looks forward to working with different community members and organizations to further the mission statement of the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation.

 

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Sabrina Johnson, Finance and Office Manager

Sabrina was born and raised in sunny San Diego, and she recently graduated from the University of San Diego with a degree in Sociology. While at USD she was involved with both of the LGBTQ groups on campus, and she is so excited to continue working with this fabulous community. She was also a part of an organization focused on health and wellness of the student population, and enjoyed putting on campus events centered around these issues.

She also loves being involved in the local community, and over the past few years she has spent time volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House, working with kids in Juvenile Hall, and providing childcare at Becky’s House.

 

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