Sabrina Lucy Gill

Sabrina Gill
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Sabrina Lucy Gill's Biography

Type Of Business:
Civil court
Marketing Area:
Queens, NY
Expertise:
Customer service
Major Product/SVS:
Judicial services
Hobbies/Sports:
Reading; Writing; Playing tennis; Photography; Worldwide traveling
Education Degrees:
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, New York University (1977)
Affiliations Awards:
National Organization for Women; ACLU; Former Managing Editor, New York Voice; Former Member, Long Island Chapter, Association of Media Women
Place of Birth:
Queens
Work History:
Senior Court Office Assistant, Queens Civil Court, New York State Office of Court Administration (30 Years); Youngest Managing Editor at the Age of 23 for Community Newspaper
Throughout the duration of your career, what was the one highlight that stood out the most?:
The highlight of her career was working as the managing editor of the New York Voice with executive editor James L. Hicks who was executive editor for the New York Amsterdam News for many years.
Charity:
Former Inquiring Photographer and Reporter, Heights Inwood Newspaper; Former Freelance Writer, New York Page Newspaper
Number Of Years In Profession:
34
Number Of Years In Current Position:
34
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
She attributes her success to her longevity.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
She became involved in her profession after taking a typing test while working as a managing editor at the New York Voice.
Extended Bio Profile:
Ms. Gill is the author of a book of poetry, titled "Love, etc." Additionally, she is the publisher of Singles Court Newsletter for civil court co-workers.

After working in the court system for three decades, it gave Ms. Gill the opportunity to travel to 30 international and national cities and share her experiences via photos and postcards with her co-workers. She started working for the court system before the age of advanced technology, and learning computer systems was exciting and interesting. Things such as printing 100 calendars in five minutes were such pure ecstasy for her!
Position Responsibilities and Duties:
Performing data entry including, documenting summaries, summons and inquests; Ensuring results are completed in a timely manner
Awards/Honors:
International Who's Who in Poetry (2004); Certificate of Merit, New York City Civil Court (1989)
Where Will You Be In 5 Years:
Now that she is retired, Ms. Gill is looking forward to traveling and is considering becoming a writer.
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