Author: Gabrielle Belli

I'm a researcher, policy analyst and expert in intersectional feminist frameworks. As both a qualitative and quantitative researcher, the most enjoyable projects are those that involve surveys and questionnaires - I love designing questions that elicit insightful answers. I am a polymath with initiative and curiosity.

I received my M.A. in International Affairs from The New School in 2016 and am pursuing my M.S. in Data Analytics and Visualization (DAV) from the Pratt School of Information, which I'm anticipating to complete in Spring 2022.

My ultimate goals are to become a leader in feminist applications of DAV, and to empower women and LGBTQI+ activists through it. For most of the world, data is ubiquitous, yet latent. I want to make it kinetic energy for peace.

An Analytical Dashboard for an Intersectional Issue: The Continuum of Violence, Online

Using Tableau Public and a series of datasets, this dashboard uniquely examines the phenomenon of concerning experiences online, with a feminist analytical framework. Gender dimensions are highlighted throughout, and gaps in available information is discussed. It is part of a larger series on online violence against women in politics.

Public Space & Public Housing in NYC Community Districts: A Density Study in Development Priorities

This map, made in Carto, is an exploration of the relationship between public space and public housing in NYC. By examining the area and frequency of these dynamics within Community Districts, I illustrate the stark differences in NYC’s realized development priorities, highlighting impact on a hyperlocal scale in novel ways.