Gabriella is currently working as a science educator at the Natural History museum in London. She has a passion for science communication and wildlife. She graduated with a first class BSc (Hons) in Zoology from the University of Leeds, after which she was asked to help the department classify their large collection of bones and fossils. She received a distinction in her MSc in Human Evolution and Behaviour from UCL. She has particular interests in animal behaviour and fieldwork, which has conducted field work in the UK, Bolivia, Kenya and South Africa.
Gabriella has always had a passion for sharing the natural world with the wider public and presented and produced two radio programmes while at University, Weekly Wildlife Watch and the Gender Spot. Both were nominated for multiple awards, including Best female, Best Speech and Best News. Gabriella has blogged for The Gender Summit to promote gender equality in all aspects of scientific research. In November 2016, she filmed her own interviews with speakers for the GS7 Europe summit held in Berlin. Her work was made into short factual documentaries about the work that the Gender Summit does.
Gabriella has narrated a short documentary “The rise of the Common Crane migration” by Tim Visser.
Gabriella is keen to gain experience in presenting, and is also available for voice overs and narration. She is professional, enthusiastic and excited to develop her presenter skills in front of camera.
- Experience in working in difficult and isolated environments including the Bolivian Jungle and Kenyan tropical grassland.
- Experience in nature radio presenting, podcasting and interviewing.
- Experience as a researcher, both in the lab and outdoors.
- Attended the Wildeye Conservation Film-making Course in 2015.
- Fluent English, French and limited Spanish.
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