Sabrina Martin earned her DPhil in Politics from the University of Oxford in 2018, where her thesis focused on ethics and international trade.

She earned her MSc with honours in Political Theory from The London School of Economics. For her BA, she graduated with a double major in ‘Institutions & Policy’ and Philosophy from William Jewell College’s Oxbridge Honors Program, where she graduated magna cum laude with honors in economics.

Sabrina’s research focuses on interdisciplinary work in political theory and the political economy of international trade, and most recently she has been looking at international trade in data and emerging technologies. She also has a passion for feminist theory and its application, and has worked with both the DPIR and Lady Margaret Hall, on feminism and inclusivity issues.

Sabrina has spoken at the UN on using data internationally and human rights, and in New Dehli and Ottawa on ethics in international trade in data. She has recently had a chapter published on ‘AI and Government’ in Artificial Intelligence for Better or Worse.