Gabriela Solis is a Government Innovation Fellow with the Harvard Kennedy School’s Government Performance Lab (GPL). She is currently based in Houston, Texas and works with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office to strengthen the County’s pre-arrest diversion strategies to reduce jail usage and subsequent justice system involvement. Gabriela recently earned a Master of Social Welfare and Master of Public Policy from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. While at UCLA Luskin, Gabriela worked with the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative to conduct data research to help advance advocacy efforts pertaining to critical domestic policy issues affecting communities of color and served as Co-Director of Case Management for Bruin Shelter, a shelter for college students experiencing homelessness. Gabriela also holds a BA in Gender Studies and Sociology from UCLA.
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