Gabriella Limón was a Research and Program Associate in the Democracy Program, where she focused on redistricting reform. Prior to joining the Brennan Center, Limón was a legislative intern for a California State Assemblymember and a marketing intern at Momofuku. She also volunteered at the NYU Center for Race, Inequality and the Law.
Limón graduated from Yale University with a BA in political science. At Yale, she participated in the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy and founded the Acorn, Yale’s first student-run café. For her senior thesis, Limón examined local resistance to urban development by tech companies in Berlin and New York, ultimately writing about the relationship between tech sector growth and rapid gentrification.