Gabriela Stablein


M.A. International Education


While at Marquette University, Gabriela explored her many interests in Psychology and Spanish, whether it was tutoring Spanish, coordinating social activities for the international student community, or working on mental health disparities Research. She continued her language studies in college by spending six months on the Marquette en Madrid program, traveling all across Spain and Europe. Upon graduating, she moved to New York City to start her Master’s in International Education, researching reverse culture shock, teaching human rights and global citizenship education, and studying critical pedagogy.


Throughout her academic career, Gabriela has had the opportunity to travel extensively around the world, whether it’s teaching human rights in the Dominican Republic, restoring coral nurseries in Bonaire, and backpacking through the Andes. Gabriela worked as a faculty member and foreign language consultant at The Traveling School, an accredited semester school program that travels through Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, building upon young women empowerment and teaching outdoor skills, the dynamics of globalization, and Latin American culture through experiential education. She got to fulfill her lifelong dream to live and travel through Patagonia with the School for Field Studies while developing their new climate studies program.

Fun Facts and Hobbies

  • Hiking
  • Cooking
  • Puzzles of all sorts
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