A French national, Daphné was born and raised in The Hague, the Netherlands. She is a Master in Management graduate from EMLYON Business School, France, with a specialization in Economics, Corporate Strategy, and Corporate Social Responsibility. Her interests in geopolitics and development have led her to work for various international organizations; from the European Space Agency office in Washington DC, to a European Sustainable Urban Development program (URBACT) in Paris, to the European External Action Service (EU Diplomatic Service) in Brussels. She also volunteered in Burkina Faso, gaining valuable on-sight experience of a developing West African country. More recently, she assisted the Trade Department of the US Embassy in Paris. Daphné is a 2014 Diplomacy and Diversity Fellow.
Updated January 2015
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Immersion in U.S. Politics on the Hill: The Lantos-Humanity in Action Congressional Fellowship Experience
Interview with Daphné Joseph Gabriel, a 2015 Lantos Humanity in Action Fellow on her experiences during the Fellowship.
Thank you to our 2016 US Review and Admissions Committees
Humanity in Action received 513 applications for our Fellowships in Europe and Atlanta this year, as well as 165 applications for the Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.
Thank you to our 2015 US Review and Admissions Committees
Humanity in Action received 689 applications for our Fellowships in Europe and Atlanta this year and 421 applications for the Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.
Your Phone, Coltan and the Business Case for Innovative Sustainable Alternatives
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Meet the 2015 Humanity in Action Congressional Fellows
Transatlantic Perspectives on Diplomacy and Diversity
Recognizing the intensification of transnational conflicts that both violently divide and intimately link our global communities, this book is a collection of diverse essays, which tackle international relations and migration.
Announcing the 2014 Diplomacy and Diversity Fellows