Gabrielle’s work involves partner interactions, in-depth statistical/econometric analysis, field team management, remote project work, and internal team building. Prior to IDinsight, Gabrielle was an intern and project assistant at Baobab Consulting, where she led a qualitative market research study to design a virtual cultural exchange product that connects African and American universities. Through the UVA Batten School, she collected fieldwork data and co-authored a publication on poverty in female-headed households in Senegal using a mixed-methods approach. Her publications include “Female-Headed Poverty in Senegal: A Mixed Methods Study” in the Journal of Business Diversity and “The Road to Greater Women’s Representation in Government Starts in Africa: A Case Study on Senegal” in the Baobab Consulting White Paper Series. Gabrielle holds a B.A. in Public Policy and Leadership and a B.A. in Economics with Highest Distinction from the University of Virginia Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.