Sabrina Mirza was born and raised in New Jersey. She holds a B.A. from Rutgers University in Philosophy and Middle Eastern Studies, and a J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law. She traveled the world on various service trips and seeking knowledge. Her quest for deeper study of religion led her to Vancouver, Canada, where she studied Qur'anic exegesis (tafsir) and spiritual excellence (tazkiya) under Imam Fode Drame. She also attended other retreats, such as the Deen Intensive Foundation's annual Rihla Program, where she studied foundations of faith (fard ‘ayn).
In August 2020, she was invited to serve as Assistant to the Muslim Chaplain, Imam Sohaib Sultan (may Allah have mercy on him), and now serves as Assistant to Imam Khalil Abdullah. In addition to this role, she currently practices law at a non-profit organization in Central New Jersey, where she represents unaccompanied minors seeking Asylum and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status in the United States.