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Sabrina Anne Boothe

Sabrina Anne Boothe, American federal government official. Named one of Outstanding Young Women of America, 1984. Executive director Global Women of African Heritage, New York City, 1981—1990; Member of National Association of Female Executives, United Nations Association United States.

Background

  • Boothe, Sabrina Anne was born on March 26, 1958 in Brooklyn. Daughter of Robert Stanley and Matilda Sulla (Edwards) Boothe.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Economics, Fordham University, 1983. Postgraduate, Pace University, since 1984.

    Career

    • Business manager Fay & Allen's Foodhalls, New York City, 1979—1980, Center Study Presidency, New York City, 1980—1984, American Friends of Chung-Ang University, 1982—1984, Flatbush Development Corporation, Brooklyn, 1985—1987. National bank examiner Office Comptroller of Currency, United States Treasury Department, since 1987. Consultant management Maverick Center for Self Development, Bronx, New York, 1980—1990.

      Staff assistant The Ethnic Woman, 1980—1990. Manager business Presidential Studies Quarterly, 1982—1984.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Executive director Global Women of African Heritage, New York City, 1981—1990. Member of National Association of Female Executives, United Nations Association United States.

    Connections

    • father: Robert Stanley Boothe
    • mother: Matilda Sulla (Edwards) Boothe
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    Born March 26, 1958
    (age 58)
    • 1983
      Fordham University
    • 1979 - 1980
      Business manager, Fay & Allen's Foodhalls
    • 1980 - 1990
      consultant, management Maverick Center for Self Development
      Bronx, New York, United States
    • 1980 - 1984
      Business manager, Fay & Allen's Foodhalls
    • 1982 - 1984
      Business manager, Fay & Allen's Foodhalls
    • 1985 - 1987
      Business manager, Fay & Allen's Foodhalls
      Brooklyn, New York, United States
    • 1987
      national bank examiner Office Comptroller, of Currency

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