Sabrina Saleha

Sabrina Saleha is a Navajo screenwriter and actress. She is an alumna of 2023 ImagineNative’s Screenwriting Features Lab and 2022 LA Skinsfest Native American Media Alliance’s TV Writer’s Lab. Sabrina graduated with a Master of Fine Arts in Screenwriting from the Institute of American Indian Arts in May 2023, having received a scholarship from Warner Bros. Discovery. Her most recent acting credits include roles in BARRY, SINGLE DRUNK FEMALE, PANHANDLE, and voiceover work in the Playstation video game, THE FOGLANDS. Before transitioning to the TV/Film, she worked in the tech industry at Cisco Systems, where she founded the Native American Network. She spent five years living in a van, traveling to all the National Parks in the US and Canada. Her travels were featured in PBS’s American Portrait Project. Additionally, she spends her weekends volunteering at a Grief Camp for children who have lost a parent or a sibling.