Gabrielle is the Lead Teacher for the BridgeUP: STEM program at the American Museum of Natural History where she teaches Python to high school girls and middle school students from around New York City. Gabrielle has taught in a variety of settings, from Bard College to Genspace, the world’s first community biology lab. Her background is in molecular biology and she first learned Python in graduate school when her genomics datasets started crashing Excel. Now she hopes to help a new generation of scientists and data analysts grow up with Python in their toolbox from the start. Her work is focused on increasing access and support for women and other underrepresented minorities in computer science.
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