REPORTER. HOST. ANCHOR. PRODUCER. SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGIST. CONTENT CREATOR.
To know her is to love her.
Sarina is a former SportsCenter anchor for ESPN and was part of the launch of ESPN’s SportsCenterAM morning show. She also worked as a feature reporter covering events including the NBA Finals and MLB’s Opening Day. Since her time at ESPN, Sarina spent over three seasons covering the Los Angeles Rams as their Team Reporter. She was also reporter and host for Bally Sports and a regular guest for MSG Networks on their betting shows.
Sarina is known as a thought leader on consumer growth strategies, with a background in social media marketing. Before her time working at ESPN, she was the social media manager for National Geographic, growing the Nat Geo Wild Facebook page from 300,000 followers to six million in one year and more recently created social media content for the NFL's Latino channel "El Snap". In her free time, she hosts a music podcast called “That’s What They Said” where she questions the questionable lyrics of pop culture music.
Sarina has traveled to over 20 countries and has lived abroad, working in London, England for a award winning creative agency in 2009.
Sarina is a graduate of Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Communication with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Born and raised in the Bronx, Sarina grew up with the small dream of playing outfield for the New York Yankees. She played baseball for 10 years and can still hit an 80 mph baseball in the cages. Seriously... she can.