Gabriela Néspoli is a Brazilian educator, educational researcher, and project manager, with a bachelor's in International Relations and a teaching license in Social Sciences. In 2021, she started a Master in Learning, Design, and Technology at Stanford University, where she is currently researching teacher education; teacher wellbeing; learning sciences; learning experience design; curriculum design, and school improvement. As part of her academic experience at Stanford, Gabriela is collaborating with C-SET as a curriculum developer intern. Prior to that, she worked for six years as an educational researcher and project manager at the Lemann Foundation, designing and implementing innovative projects to improve the quality of Brazilian public education. She also worked as an Entrepreneurship and Design 10th Grade teacher, employing active teaching methodologies such as student-centered and project-based learning.