Sabrina L. McKinney is a native of Autauga County Alabama, received her undergraduate degree from Auburn University in 1990 and her J.D. from Jones School of Law in 1993. After law school, she was in private practice where her focus was on plaintiff’s litigation, decedent’s estates, creditor’s rights and the representation of creditors in both state and bankruptcy courts.
In 1997 she was hired as Senior Staff Attorney for Curtis C. (Cleve) Reding, Jr., Standing Chapter 13 Trustee for the Middle District of Alabama and served in that capacity until August 2016 when she was appointed as the Chapter 12 Trustee and the Acting Chapter 13 Trustee for the Middle District of Alabama.
She has been a speaker at numerous CLE’s on various bankruptcy and collection issues. She is currently admitted to practice by the Alabama Supreme Court, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States District Courts for the Middle, Northern and Southern Districts of Alabama. She has served as an officer and is a past president of the Alabama Bar Association’s Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Section and currently serves on the Bar’s Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee.
Outside her position with the Trustee’s office, she is also very dedicated to her husband’s vocation as a cattle farmer and is active on the family farm. She is a frequent agricultural advocate and volunteers her time to speak and work to help educate the public on the safety and nutrition of our nation’s BEEF supply. She is currently serving as Immediate Past President of the Autauga County Cattlemen’s Association and has recently been appointed as Regional Vice President of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association.
On the rare occasion when she finds spare time, Sabrina enjoys traveling, spending time with friends, and reading. Her favorite hobbies are stock car and motorcycle racing and target shooting.