Class of 2024
Hometown: Frederick, MD
Gabriella Farrell is a first-year M.A. candidate at the Walsh School of Foreign Service where she is pursuing a degree in Latin American Studies with a concentration in Governance and Leadership.
In May 2021, Gabriella graduated from Dickinson College with a B.A. in International Studies and Latin American, Latinx, & Caribbean Studies (LALC). While at Dickinson, she studied abroad in Cuenca, Ecuador and Mendoza, Argentina. As an undergraduate student, Gabriella gained research experience as a research assistant and through the development of her LALC honors thesis titled “Invisibility and Resistance: Bolivian Migrant Women in Argentina and Gendered Labor Trajectories.”
More recently, Gabriella has worked as an intern at the Wilson Center’s Argentina Project and will work as a Latin American Studies Intern at the Council on Foreign Relations during Fall 2022. After completing her Master’s program, Gabriella plans to continue her education through a doctoral program.
Concentration: Governance and Leadership
Research Area – Substantive: Migration, Labor, Gender, Collective Action, Political Participation
Research Area – Geographic: Argentina, Andean Region, Mexico