Sabrina Wiggins is a dynamic advocate for youth empowerment and community service, serving as the CEO of Little Aiden Press. With a passion for nurturing young minds and fostering positive change, Sabrina co-founded the award-winning organization Hip Hop Education, where she spearheaded innovative initiatives merging education and music to inspire and uplift youth across communities.

As an accomplished author, Sabrina penned the inspiring book “Off to Washington,” a compelling narrative highlighting community service’s transformative impact. Her dedication to fostering youth-led community service projects has garnered recognition from esteemed personalities such as Charles County Government, former Governor Martin O’Malley, and Congressman Steny Hoyer.

Sabrina’s commitment to social change is evident through her diverse array of impactful projects. Her “I Love My Body” campaign, acknowledged by Dove, and her involvement with initiatives like Sunday Suppers, the Children’s Hospital Band-Aid Drive, Share Food Network, and the Girl Power Expo showcase her unwavering dedication to making a meaningful difference in the lives of young people.

Her outstanding contributions to community service have been widely celebrated, earning her recognition from the Maryland Gazette and Maryland Independent and highlighting her commitment to creating opportunities for youth to engage in meaningful service. Sabrina’s unwavering dedication and innovative approach make her an inspiring leader, guiding and empowering the next generation to embrace community service as a pathway to personal growth and societal impact.