Gabriel Reyes, Founder and Director
Gabriel (he/they) is pursuing a PhD in Developmental and Psychological Sciences at Stanford University as a Knight-Hennessy Scholar. Working under the mentorship of Drs. Bruce McCandliss, Jason Yeatman, and Jelena Obradovic, Gabriel will be researching the effects of poverty-related stress on brain development and learning. A Gates Millennium Scholar and proud first-gen/low-income student from Albuquerque, NM, Gabriel graduated with an Sc.B. in Cognitive Neuroscience from Brown University, and earned an M.S. in Neuroscience and Education from Columbia University.
Jasmine Tran, Research Analyst
Jasmine (she/her) is an aspiring developmental psychologist who received her B.A. from San Jose State University. Born and raised in the California Bay Area to Vietnamese immigrants, Jasmine became interested in the unique barriers that impede the growth of first-gen/low-income students. She is currently working towards admission into a developmental psychology PhD program.