Gabriela Gall is the research data analyst at the Stanford VMware Women's Leadership Innovation Lab. She is developing the evaluation for Seeds of Change, a leadership initiative that trains and supports young women in STEM as they transition through high school and college to successful technology careers. She also collaborates with other research projects focus on education and workforce development at the lab. She received her M.A. in International Comparative Education at Stanford University and holds a B.A. in economics from the University of Sao Paulo. Upon graduation, she joined the Center for Public Policy at Insper that develops research on public policy to contribute to Brazil’s economic and social development. Alongside Professor Ricardo Paes de Barros, Gabriela was involved in research projects to study the impact of school management initiatives on student achievement. She was also at the forefront of a study that aimed to organize and produce scientific knowledge on school dropout in Brazil, ultimately promoting debates and supporting government officials in their efforts to combat the issue in Brazil. Prior to joining the lab, she worked as a research fellow at the Lemann Center to investigate the longitudinal patterns on socioeconomic achievement gaps.