Sabrina Fang is senior director of media relations at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Fang leads strategic planning and outreach for the Chamber to help expand the voice of the business community as it looks to strengthen the future economy and the workforce. She also crafts messages on policy priorities and books broadcast interviews to amplify issues of importance to our members.
Before joining the Chamber, Fang spent 8 years at the American Petroleum Institute helping lead communications strategies and campaigns. In addition, she brings with her nearly 15 years of broadcast journalism experience, where she covered the George W. Bush White House for 7 years for Tribune Broadcasting and reported on major national and political events. This included the 2009 inauguration of President Barack Obama, Hurricane Katrina, and the space shuttle Columbia explosion.
Fang graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in broadcast journalism.