Gail is a fourth-year Political Science and Business Administration dual major with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Gail also has a minor in International Affairs. She began her career at Northeastern with the freshman Honors seminar on social enterprise, then went on to be chosen as one of two Honors Program Scholars, and was a Teacher’s Assistant for the freshman class the following year. Gail attended the Dominican Republic and Cuba field study in 2012, has been a contributor and Senior Editor to the Social Enterprise Review, has served on the Executive Board of the SEI Student Association, and has tutored local eighth graders in the Citizens Schools Writing Scholars program. This past spring, she spent her second co-op in India as the inaugural SEI Global Fellow. She worked for Aakar Innovations, a start-up social enterprise creating micro-enterprises where women make sanitary pads for themselves and their surrounding communities, bringing education, livelihoods, and health solutions to the rural poor. She is currently working to develop their operations-based impact measurement tool. She has also studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Gail looks forward very much to the continuation of her work with social enterprise at SEI and in the world.