Gabrielle Piggott is a Consultant at Synclusiv. She recently obtained her Bachelor of Arts from McGill University in Gender, Sexuality, Feminist, and Social Justice Studies with a double minor in Art History and Communication Studies.
Gabrielle is a fierce advocate for diverse and intersectional representation, which is equally reflected in her work, education, and everyday life. This passion has fueled her projects with multiple non-profit organizations such as the Black Academic Scholarship Fund, Groupe Intervention Vidéo, and Apathy is Boring.
At Synclusiv, Gabrielle supports the development of products and tools with a focus on assessments, specializes in policy review and benchmarking, and provides client support on a variety of DE&I initiatives. She also supports all elements of Communication & Marketing, playing a key role in the branding, The Sync newsletter, and the social media presence.