Gabriella Sotelo


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Environmental Issues, Climate Change


New York University


Gabriella Sotelo is a journalist who covers the environment, climate change, and agriculture.


  • Gabriella currently does research for GROUNDED: The Roots of Revolution, a documentary on the agricultural industry. 
  • She has written previously for The YEARS Project, and New York University’s independent blog, NYU Local.


Gabriella is a recent graduate of New York University's Journalism and Environmental Studies program, where she delved deeply into quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, environmental issues, and the impact of climate on society.

During her time at NYU, she interned at The YEARS Project, where she examined the sustainability of mainstream products. Gabriella also worked as an environmental set manager for student films and was trained as an eco production assistant. In addition, she was a researcher for GROUNDED: The Roots of Revolution, a documentary on the agricultural industry.


Sotelo holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Environmental Studies from New York University.

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