After growing up in France and the United States, Gabrielle Page received her Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from Northeastern University in 2013. Passionate about environmental and social issues, she used her time in college to explore the intersection of social and environmental sustainability through academics and internships. Pursuing these interests, she traveled to Guatemala to learn about community-based conservation efforts in the field and examined the role of socially-driven entrepreneurship in alleviating rural agricultural poverty in Nicaragua. In 2012, Gabrielle conducted research on sustainability in the Polynesian cultures and ecosystems on the tall ship Robert C. Seamans, and she wrote her senior thesis on the challenges to environmental and cultural sustainability in French Polynesia the following year. She now continues to work on sustainable and international development issues and wishes to keep exploring ways to better our world through greater environmental sustainability, social justice and economic equality.