Sabine Toussaint grew up in Queens, NY.  She graduated from Fordham University with an undergraduate degree in accounting.  Sabine started her career at Uptown records, working with acts like Mary J Blige, Heavy D and the Boyz, Jodeci and Anthony Hamilton. There she worked directly with the VP of Finance budgeting and monitoring expenses for the dynamic record label.  She then moved on to work in video music, commercial, film production arena. She helped the then start-up company Big Dog Films.  The company was created by director Hype Williams and housed directors such as: Steve Carr, Director X, Benny Boom and Billy Woodruff. There she created and ran the accounting department and worked with various producers and label executives on all video and commercial productions.

With the decline of the music industry Sabine shifted her focus to overall media.  She became a Business Manager at J. Walter Thompson, managing the DeBeers account, expressing a new dimension in her career.  She then moved on to Essence Communications as a Finance Manager for Editorial Dept and Essence Music Festival, while there she pursued her masters at NYU in Global Affairs. Upon graduation she began working at the William J. Clinton Foundation on the Haiti team upon graduation.  At the Clinton Foundation, she helps facilitate investments and job creation opportunities.  She also acts as a liaison between Haitians living in Haiti and abroad; she organizes various investment trips with the President and potential investors showcasing the richness and diversity, as well as investment potential of Haiti.