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2022. Connections II. Fowler-Kellogg Art Center. Chautauqua, NY

2022. My Best Self. The Soil Factory. Ithaca, NY

2022. Mercy Kill. Bibliowicz Gallery, Cornell University. Ithaca NY

2022. Bound Books Unbound. Tjaden Gallery, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY

2021. Dog Breakfast. Tjaden Gallery, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY

2021. Sabor a Carne. Experimental Gallery, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY

2021. Uncharted Territory. Herbert F. Johnson Museum. Ithaca, NY

2021. Es Lo Que Tenemos. Herbert F. Johnson Museum. Ithaca, NY

2021. Potato Séance, performed under artist Grace Troxell. Herbert F. Johnson Museum. Ithaca, NY

2020. Big Fucking Art Show. Herbert F. Johnson Museum. Ithaca, NY

2019. BFA Experimental Show. Tjaden Gallery, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY

2019. I See You (IC/CU). The Ink Shop Printmaking Center. Ithaca, NY

2019. RAW Expo (5 Senses). Cornell University. Ithaca, NY

2018. Cornell University Alumni Event. New York, NY



Bachelor of Fine Arts. College of Architecture, Art & Planning. 2022        GPA: 4.15                                               


Merrill Presidential Scholar

Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholar

The Faculty Medal of Art

Dean’s List Academic Achievement Award recipient

Degree Marshall representing the BFA Degree for the Class of 2022



2020 - 2022

2018 - 2022




2017 - 2o18





Ortega y Gasset Projects. Brooklyn, NY

  • Responsibilities involve diverse exhibition curation, developing innovative outreach strategies, liaising between artists and partners, project management, facilities upkeep, website architecture, and procurement. 

  • Executes photographic operations, including documentation, editing, formatting, and distribution, while leading the implementation of a digital asset management system and archive. 

  • Nurtures relationships between under-represented, marginalized artists and institutions, including New Art Dealers Alliance, New York State Council on the Arts, and The Joseph Roberts Foundation through grant writing and assembly.

Assistant Photographer 

Dan Bradica Studios. New York, NY

  • Coordinates with the lead photographer on all aspects of the photoshoot process, encompassing meticulous setup, thorough equipment preparation, and comprehensive post-production. 

  • Collaborates with clients to comprehend their unique vision and leverage creative solutions to deliver compelling photography representative of artwork. 

  • Conducts fundamental retouching and post-processing tasks, including perspective adjustments and file formatting. 

Mellon Migrations Research Assistant

Cornell University, Art History Department. Ithaca, NY

  • Assisted with the preparation of artist-in-residence Sandy Rodriguez through collaboration with the Cornell Library pipeline, the College of Human Ecology Fibers Lab, and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. 

  • Compilation of research materials ranging from fields such as Indigenous Ecology to Archaeobotany

  • Orchestrated the master schedule of collaborators’ lectures, field research, and discussions by creating a network in a community that supported the artist.

Arts Representative for the Diversity and Inclusion Hiring Committee

Cornell University, College of AAP. Ithaca, NY

  • Contributed to building the D&I official guidelines for the college. 

  • Facilitated, documented, and evaluated dialogue amongst faculty, staff, and students on D&I concerns for further evaluation and corrective actions. 

  • Conducted candidate interviews for the roles of dean and tenure faculty.

IT Technical Assistant

Cornell University, College of AAP. Ithaca, NY

  • Installed, tested, maintained, and troubleshot computer hardware & software such as Adobe Creative Suite, RhinoCAD, ZBrush, Blender, Figma, PCClient, Zoom, Microsoft, and Google Suites.  

  • Additional duties included high-end plotting, hardware inventory, and providing technical support on-site for faculty and students throughout all stages of COVID-19 online learning. 

Voices of Youth Program Leader   

No Mas Lagrimas Non-profit. Ithaca, NY

  • Organized Latinx/Chicanx youth cultural arts programming for the local community.

  • Acquired and assessed community feedback through interviews and documentation.

Summer Nancy Horton Bartels '48 Scholar for Education

The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. Ithaca, NY

  • Designed virtual learning tools and community outreach programming for the COVID-1-adjusted curriculum.

  • Single-handedly launched the initiative to utilize 3-D scanning technology to convert museum artifacts into accessible digital and printed models from Pre-columbian Ceramics to Han Funerary Figurines

  • Conducted research on archival and contemporary collections for academic workshops.

Resident Artist & Program Coordinator   

Columbus Hostels, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain

  • Produced printed and digital marketing collateral for hotel regional advertising.

  • Designed and created the center-piece art installation.

Teacher Assistant 

Montessori Schule. Kassel, Hesse, Germany

  • Facilitated bilingual instruction in English and German.

  • Formulated arts curriculum to unique students' needs based on evaluated performance, behavior, and social development.

Research Assistant, Microbiome and Disease Analysis

Mount Sinai Labs. New York, NY

  • Assisted Dr. Clemente in evaluating the effects of Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes microbiome diversity on obesity.

  • Utilized QIIME, PICRUSt, and BIOM for the standardization of computational and data analysis from over 50 participating research papers.


2020 - 2021

2018 - 2021

2019 - 2020

President and Creative Director

Art Majors Organization, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY

  • Expanded membership from 4 to 77 participants by implementing a mentorship program for first and second-year students, establishing guidelines, and directing event scheduling.

  • Responsible for semester budget and managing balance sheets- resulting in an increased budget cap by 50%. 

  • Single-handedly redirected the club initiative by launching a new magazine publication towards increased representation. 

  • Additional duties included advertising, content acquisition, editing, layout design, proofing, and local distribution.

Art Director

The Cornell Diplomat Publication, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY

  • Created magazine covers for multiple editions and directed junior designers in specialized projects for article publication.

Design Supervisor

Sustainable Mobility- Cornell University Sustainable Design. Ithaca, NY

  • Deployed Systems Engineering and Design Thinking tools to understand user needs and insights against design proposals. 

  • Performed site evaluations for signage/ wayfinding product designs and generated contractor blueprints for installation. 


2020 - 2022. Art, Power, & Decoloniality- Transnational Narratives. Rawlings Cornell Presidential Research Supervised by mentors Jaret Vadera, Paul Ramirez Jonas, and Leeza Meksin.


2021. Chicanx & Latinx Visibility Within Academia and the Arts. Ithaca, NY. 

Evaluated community outreach efforts and Decolonial research under Chair of Hispanic Studies and Director of the Cornell Migration Studies minor Debra Castillo. 


2015. Microbiome and Disease Analysis. Mount Sinai Labs. New York, NY. 

Assisted Dr. Clemente in evaluating the effects of Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes microbiome diversity on obesity. 


2022. Chautauqua School of Art Residency Program

2022. ACRE: Artists’ Cooperative Residency & Exhibitions



2022. Merrill Presidential Scholar, Cornell University 

2022. The Faculty Medal of Art, Department of Fine Art, Cornell University 

2022. Horace & Florence Zwetsch Scholarship, Cornell University 

2022. Cornell Migrations and the Mellon Just Futures Arts & Creative Writing Award 

2020 - 2022. Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholarship 

2018 - 2022. Frank and Rosa Rhodes Scholarship, Cornell University

2021. Adams and Walter King Stone Memorial Prize 

2020 - 2021. Cornell Council for the Arts Grant 

2020 - 2021. /Art Micro Grant of Cornell Tech 

2020. National Hispanic Scholarship Award 



Karr, Will. “Influences, Connections: 2nd CVA Resident Exhibition Opens in Fowler-Kellogg.” The Chautauquan Daily, Chautauqua Institution, 20 July 2022,

Gallup, Laura. “Merrill Scholars Honor Their Mentors.” Cornell Chronicle, Cornell University, 31 May 2022,

Dean, James. “'Measures and Meaning' Exhibition Features AAP Alums, Faculty.” Cornell Chronicle, Cornell University, 3 June 2022,

Carlton, Adesuwa. “Spotlight: Sabrina Haertig.” The Cornell Daily Sun, The Cornell Daily Sun, 13 May 2021,

Issues I - IV, Cornell Diplomat 

Issues I & II, AMO ZINE 

Volume 11 & 12, The ASSOCIATION AAP

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