Sabrina Natasha Habib is a social entrepreneur and global health practitioner who Co-Founded Kidogo and now leads Strategy, Operations & Impact functions. Prior to co-founding Kidogo, Sabrina spent 4 years working with the Aga Khan Development Network in Kenya & Tanzania, where she managed an Integrated Primary Health Care Start-Up Project, led the Social Innovation portfolio of a $13.5M maternal and child health grant and explored eHealth and community midwife franchising initiatives to curb the high maternal, neonatal and child mortality rates in East Africa. Sabrina worked with the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network to promote a child-integrated approach in the post-2015 global agenda. Sabrina holds a Masters of Public Administration (MPA) in Development Practice from Columbia University and completed an Executive Education program in Leading & Scaling ECD Initiatives at the Harvard Kennedy School. She was named Canada’s Female Entrepreneur of the Year by ELLE Magazine, and was selected as a Top 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneur by Forbes in 2017.