Gabriella Rodriguez is the Office Manager for the National Health Law Program’s Washington, D.C. offices. In addition to coordinating administrative tasks, maintaining donor files, and working with the National Health Law Program’s other offices on file management, Gabriella also helps coordinate the National Health Law Program’s annual health law conference.
Gabriella moved to D.C. in 1998 to work at the National Gallery of Art in the Education Department. She spent several years at the National Gallery, where she helped run the museum’s academic year and summer internship programs, including organizing applications, compiling project information across museum departments, and running the orientation program. She also taught art to first and second-grade students at John Eaton Elementary School in Washington.
Gabriella earned her B.S. in Business and Art History from the California Polytechnic University, Pomona in 1998 and completed an Arts Management program at Cal State Long Beach in 1997. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
Gabriella appears in an episode of Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. He visits Inner-City Arts, an art school in Los Angeles, where she worked as an art teacher. This episode continues to run in syndication.