Sabrina Khan is a PhD student in Earth and Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. Her research explores the geologic and climatic history of terrestrial planets and moons, with a focus on the sedimentary rock record. She is a member of the Mars Science Laboratory Science Team and a former engineer on the Mars 2020 mission. Sabrina is interested in bridging science, engineering, and policy to discover new and equitable ways of exploring space, understanding Earth systems, and preparing the next generation of STEM students. Sabrina earned her bachelor’s degree from MIT in Planetary Science and Aerospace Engineering in 2021.