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Jabria serves as a paralegal at GAP, where she provides legal document support, monitors legislative campaigns, and upholds a number of other tasks such as maintaining the Make-It-Safe Coaltion (MISC) blog.
Jabria came to GAP as an intern after completing her first year of law school, and fosters her interests in law and policy through her part-time work as a Policy Intern with the Millennial Action Project (MAP) and as a volunteer healthcare navigator for Legal Aid of North Carolina. She has also conducted independent research focused on dehumanization in the medical field and its inherent effects on quality of treatment, access to healthcare, and patient individualization.
Jabria is a proud Duke University alumna who majored in political science with a minor in biology and a certificate in the study of ethics. During her undergraduate career, she acquired fluency in Portuguese and studied abroad in Brazil. The program focused on addressing issues of poverty, citizens’ rights, and cultural and sustainable development. To further cultural immersion experiences at Duke, Jabria served on the executive board of the Duke Brazilian Association and organized roundtable discussions regarding politics and culture in Latin American countries.