Gabrielle Gould


Gabrielle Gould is Policy Advisor / Counsel to Congressman William R. Keating, who serves on the House Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs Committees and as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade. In this capacity, she covers the Congressman’s work on the Foreign Affairs Committee as well as issues related to the judiciary, including civil rights, criminal justice reform, and immigration. Through the Foreign Affairs Committee, her work has focused on facilitating the implementation of effective and sustainable development policy, promoting the role of women in U.S. peace and security work abroad, and engaging with ongoing foreign policy debates around major world powers and goals for creating greater peace and exercising force more responsibly. 

A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, her coursework and externships focused on global issues at the intersection of law and policy, primarily concentrating on trade, international labor and human rights, and national security law, policy, and practice. She will soon complete a graduate certificate in Inclusive Security Policy and Practice which addresses the intersection of security and other foreign policy fields such as economic development and governance, with a focus on engaging marginalized groups in these fields.  

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