Gabriela Follett is the Program Coordinator for the Human Rights Program. She is a 2013 graduate of the University of Vermont, where she studied Environmental Studies with a focus on Food Justice. Gabbie’s passion for advocacy work about gender-based sexual violence on college campuses began while she was an undergraduate student at the University of Vermont. She worked closely with the Women’s Center on the launch of a campaign, “You Could be the First to Know,” a video guide for friends who are the “first to know” about an assault.
In her current position, she assists with the administration of post-graduate and summer fellowships, organizes various conferences and events, and supports the Visiting Fellows Program. She is actively involved in the movement to make Harvard Law School a more inclusive and diverse climate for the community. She is also a story ambassador with Everyday Boston and a mentor at Hyde Square Task Force. She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in the Harvard Graduate School of Education.