Dubrinsky graduated from Mountain Brook High School in 2007. She enrolled at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, then earned a bachelor of arts in history at Birmingham-Southern College in 2011. She has since completed two master's degrees, in public administration (2016) and business administration (2019) at Troy University.
Dubrinsky began working at the Birmingham Jewish Federation in 2012 as director of community impact, and was hired as interim director of the LJCC in October 2018. She took over the position on a permanent basis in January 2020. She was hired in 2021 to succeed Michael Paysnick as CEO of the Springfield Jewish Community Center in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Dubrinsky and her husband, Jamil Clayton, have one son, Max.
- Chandler, Sam (February 19, 2020) "Homegrown Leader: LJCC names Mountain Brook’s Dubrinsky-Clayton new executive director" Village Living
- "Dubrinsky leaving Birmingham’s LJCC for Massachusetts position" (November 19, 2020) Southern Jewish Life