Defense, National Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Latin America, Counter-Narcotics
Gabrielle graduated from the Bush School of Government and Public Service in 2016. At the Bush School, she studied grand strategy and American foreign policy, with an emphasis on US-Latin America relations and she spent her summer interning at the US Embassy in Lima, Peru. Gabrielle currently is a program support analyst for Risk Mitigation Consulting, where she is responsible for the planning, organization, and coordination of Mission Assurance Assessments at United States Marine Corps installations worldwide and supporting risk management activities within the Department of Defense. In 2017, she was selected to be a Consular Fellow with the Department of State.
Gabrielle became passionate about international affairs due to her upbringing in an Army family and after traveling to the UK and Ireland as a People to People Student Ambassador and participating in the Global Young Leaders Conference in high school. In pursuit of this interest, she worked as a research assistant for a consulting firm during her undergraduate career, which led to her first publication through the Institute for Defense Analyses in 2016.
Prior to the Bush School, Gabrielle graduated summa cum laude from the honors program at Queens University of Charlotte in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Spanish.