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Sabrina G. Anwah

Expertise: Entrepreneurship, Public Affairs, Communications and Marketing
Title: Entrepreneur/small business contributing writer
Education: Regent University, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Location: Washington D.C.


  • Covers small business, entrepreneurship, and business finance topics for The Balance
  • Entrepreneur and founder of creative services firm, Words Into Hype
  • Professional writer and editor who has enjoyed a successful career in public affairs, public relations, communications, and marketing in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area for more than 20 years


Sabrina G. Anwah covers small business, entrepreneurship, and business finance topics for The Balance. She herself is an entrepreneur and founder of D.C.-based creatives services and communications firm, Words Into Hype. During her career, Sabrina has held communications and marketing positions at Fairfax County Government, the American Council of Life Insurers, George Mason University, American University and Arlington County, among other organizations, which has provided her with the ability to identify and overcome a wide range of business communication challenges.

She works with clients to evaluate their goals, identify their strengths, target the appropriate audiences and produce attention-getting, intriguing and accurate content for both traditional and digital platforms. All this is done with the goal of improving her clients’ business visibility and increasing their revenue.   


Sabrina earned a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism and theater from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and earned a master's degree in communication and media studies at Regent University.

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