Gabrielle Bennett is a three-time published data analyst with expertise in assessment and evaluation. She worked for California State University Fullerton’s assessment and evaluation team focusing on identifying and responding to local access and inequities in educational institutions from a data solution perspective. Gabrielle worked for Project Rebound: a program that supports and matriculates formerly incarcerated students directly into college from the criminal justice system. She also worked for the Better Together Conference Committee, sponsored by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Gabrielle presented data at the National Association of Student Personnel Administration Conference on “Minority Men on color in Community Colleges”. She also presented data at The Chancellor’s office of California State University’s school system while working for the Better Together conference committee. This project assessed the goals and objectives of the two day Better Together conference and its statewide strategic impact on teachers. She is currently enrolled at California State University Fullerton obtaining her masters in Higher Education Administration. She plans to pursue her doctorate following the completion of her master’s degree. Her favorite book is “The Alchemist” by Paul Coehlo.