Who is Sabrina Berry?
Sabrina Berry is passionate and supportive of issues concerning mental health, education, affordable living, women in the work force and subsidized child care. She believes that by working together we can support and create a more just society. Sabrina currently works in the real estate industry, serving Cabarrus County and the surrounding area.
Sabrina is committed to working with all municipalities and communities in a relentless effort to improve policies, structures, and institutions so that they will work on behalf of the common good. She empowers and strengthens the voices of disenfranchised communities that face social and economic injustice. She continually seeks to promote harmony and human dignity that breed a sense of accountability for the development of just processes and policies necessary to govern ourselves. Sabrina believes that our environmental, economic, political, social and spiritual challenges are interconnected and serve to impact the quality of life in a variety of ways.
How many of you realize that there is a lack of voter education? You cannot hold county commissioners or any elected officials accountable if you don’t know what our responsibilities are to you. Now is the time to elect someone who wants to educate you, who wants you to hold them accountable. Click here to find your local voting precinct.
Sabrina is in favor of land options for developers to build affordable homes for seniors, vets, and low income families. Sabrina believes that every citizen should have an economic opportunity to prosper in Cabarrus County. We can do this by creating an economic solution to promote and address higher wages that compare to the cost of living and by working will all sectors to provide more affordable homes.
Sabrina is passionate and supportive of issues concerning mental health, education, affordable living, women in the workforce, public safety and subsidized child care.
Sabrina believes by working together we can support and create a more just society for everyone.
Let’s work together to create economic development solutions to promote address higher wages. citizens need livable wages that compare to the cost of living.
there is a mental health crisis that is sweeping across our nation. From opioid, depression, anxiety and mental, physical, emotional, verbal and sexual abuse including human trafficking.
Education for all
We need to reinvest in programs in the county such as, programs for at risk kids, public safety and education. Let’s give our children the best possible opportunities to succeed.
You cannot hold county commissioners or any elected officials accountable if you don’t know what our responsibilities are to you
Now is the time to elect someone with the drive and motivation to bridge the gap between the haves and the have nots
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere