Sabrina Lemmon

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
William Randolph Hearst Scholar

Sabrina Lemmon
The people I have encountered in my life have pushed me out of my comfort zone and encouraged me to think analytically about my life again.

​​Sabrina Lemmon was forced to support herself from an early age following the death of her father and her mother’s chronic health issues. It was not until Sabrina was 23 that she was finally able to begin earning a college degree.

Sabrina is now a double major in general anthropology and history at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona who continues to work full-time as a motorcycle technician.

Sabrina enjoys tutoring fellow classmates, training people on resume building and writing techniques, participating in charity rides and training new motorcycle riders.

After completing her bachelor’s degree, Sabrina looks forward to enrolling in a double master's program, and potentially a doctoral program, so that she might one day be able to teach as a tenured professor—mentoring struggling students so that they, too, can achieve their educational goals.​