Gabrielle Weeden is a dedicated advocate for social justice and community engagement. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, she graduated from Spelman College in 2021 with a psychology major and a minor in African American history. Gabrielle's academic background has equipped her with a deep understanding of the societal issues that affect underserved communities, and she is committed to creating equal justice within the criminal system.
Gabrielle's passion for effecting positive change led her to serve as a Lead for America fellow, where she excelled as the Program Coordinator for Mentor St. Louis, a literacy program within the Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis, designed to empower public students. Her work with Mentor St. Louis showcased her ability to bring communities together and make a meaningful impact on the lives of young learners.
Currently, Gabrielle is interning for District 4 Councilwoman Shalonda Webb and actively volunteering with Senator Williams. Her dedication to public service and her drive to address the needs of her community are evident in her daily work. As our new Community and Program Coordinator, we are excited to see Gabrielle's passion and skills contribute to the growth and betterment of our department.
Gabrielle is a rising force in the field of community engagement, and her commitment to social justice makes her a valuable asset to any endeavor she undertakes. We look forward to the positive changes she will bring to our community.