Election Year: 2020
Election Constituency: United States of America
Scholar Status: Scholar Alum
Rhodes Identifier: Missouri & Pembroke 2020
Rossella Gabriele graduated as a Johnson Scholar from Washington and Lee University with degrees in Physics and Global Politics. She has worked with the US Department of State, served as a policy intern for the US Senate Committee on Homeland Security, and was a nuclear astrophysics research intern at the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics. As Amnesty International's president on campus, Rossella raised thousands for Rohingya refugees and women's causes, and was awarded The Christopher Noland Student Activities Leadership Award. She also served as a resident adviser, a committee member on the First-Generation, Low-Income Partnership, and the Physics Chair of Women in STEM. She hopes to apply her skills in governance, science policy and social activism to the development of international space law.