Gabrielle Bush

Founder

Gabrielle graduated with a Juris Doctorate degree from St. Thomas University College of Law with cum laude honors in 2021. She was a member of Law Review and served on its Executive Board.  She also serves on the Education Advisory Board for the City of West Park, Florida.  Gabrielle received her Master’s degree in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University (FAU) at the age of 19 and a Bachelor’s degree in Health Administration with a minor in Business Administration (honors) at the age of 18. Her professional interest is Health Care policy, and she is currently employed with the City of Fort Lauderdale, Florida as a policy writer.

 

Since 2011, Gabrielle has contributed hundreds of free tutoring hours to students in need. At the age of 16, she was one of the youngest to be hired by FAU as a college tutor. Gabrielle tutored calculus, statistics, and college algebra during her tenure as an undergraduate and a graduate student.  Not only did she tutor one-on-one but also class sizes as large as 100 students and the young and old. While employed by the University, she became a certified college tutor, received a number of tutoring awards, and was hallowed by many of her students including an older student who credited Gabrielle as the reason she was finally graduating.  Due to her academic success and her tutoring experience, Gabrielle was hired by St. Thomas University College of Law as academic support for first year law school students.  In 2016, Gabrielle co-founded G.B.3 Literati with the ambition to provide tutoring services to minority communities with untapped potential. 

 

In Gabrielle’s leisure time, she enjoys playing the violin in her family’s ensemble, traveling, and volunteering and serving the parishioners at her church.