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Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski - Pretty American Physicist

Published Sun Oct 03 2021 By Kri
Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski - Pretty American Physicist

Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski is a physicist who loves science and technology who studies high energy physics. She has served as FAA1's co-pilot when she was just twelve years old. 

She has wide media coverage and also has been offered a job by Jeff Bezos to work for Amazon and also aerospace company Blue Origin. 


Edison Regional Gifted Centre 
Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy 
Harvard University
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology

Early Life

Sabrina was born on June 3, 1993, in Chicago, Illinois, United States. She is the daughter of an attorney and Electrical engineer, her father, Mark Pasterski and her mother Maria E. Gonzalez. She grew up in a very supportive family. Her dreams were fully supported by her parents. 

Net Worth

Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski is estimated to have a net worth of $7 million. As a physicist, she has an estimated annual salary of $210k. 

Sabrina Gonzalez Pesterski during Innovation Week 2019

She was able to achieve success at a very young age and has had a very successful career and also there is the possibility of a bright future ahead. With all her success and achievement she has been able to secure quite a huge sum of money. 

Awards And Achievements

2010Illinois Aviation Trades Association Industry Achievement Award
2012Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings Young Researcher
2013MIT Physics Department Orloff Scholarship Award
2015Hertz Foundation Fellowship
2015Forbes' 30 under 30 2015: Science
2016Marie Claire Young Women Honors Recipient: "The Genius"
2017Silicon Valley Comic Con Headliner
2018Albert Einstein Foundation Genius 100 Visions Project- "One of the 100 greatest innovators, artists, scientists and visionaries of our time"
2018Discovery Canada's International Women's Day honoree

Amazing Facts About Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski

She is said to be the next Albert Einstein due to her sharp mind and talent as much as Einstein
She got permission from Federal Aviation Administration just at the age of 14 to personally pilot the aircraft above Lake Michigan's Shoreline. 
Her works have been cited by late Stephen Hawkins and Andrew Strominger.
She was once rejected by both Harvard University and MIT but was taken back for her talents. 

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