Sasha has obtained a Bachelor of Science and Laws, and a postgraduate Masters degree in International Law from the University of Sydney. Sasha has further enhanced her legal studies through student exchange programs at Maastricht University and the University of Oxford.
In 2020, Sasha received a scholarship as part of the She Codes Plus 2020 (6-month) program and She Codes Flash 2019 (1-week) program, which were intensive programs learning web design to build personal portfolios. Sasha learnt and built several projects throughout the Plus program using the following languages: HTML/CSS, Python and Django programming (machine learning programs), REACT js (interactive functionality for web applications), cloud deployment, storage of code in GIT, and hardware programming with MicroPython. Sasha is increasingly interested between the intersection of technology and the law, understanding the opportunities and risks posed through an era of digital transformation.
In 2021, Sasha completed a 4-month intensive Board Governance program for young professionals, obtaining a scholarship to equip her with the skills required to sit on a Not for Profit Board. Sasha has chosen to develop her Governance skills by joining the WitWA (Women in Technology Western Australia) Central Committee Board.
Sasha is pursuing her legal career within the Traditional Owner Agreements & Engagements (Partnerships) sector, focusing on Native Title and Environment matters, working closely with Traditional Owners across rural and remote communities in the Pilbara, in Western Australia.